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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Our our cortisol and our melatonin don't just spike up and go down unless we have something some artificial input. That makes it do that. Because it's usually following the pattern with the sun. You know the cortisol goes up during the day and then goes down in. The melatonin goes up at night when the light goes away. And so we have a much more gradual response in nature versus we can just flip on a light and all of a sudden boom. It's there and then you're you. Halt that melatonin production. You have a stress response. The cortisol goes up. And then you don't sleep as well that night or takes a lot longer to fall asleep. And i'm sure you've experienced that. Oh my god yeah. It's it's undeniable especially after a few years of having only you know amber colored bulbs in the house at night and using the various blockers and things like that. i mean. now we're in this apartment that we're renting and actually travel with incandescent light bulbs just the first thing i do in any hotel airbnb. I mean it's it's not but it's just it's like once you get used to warm non-flickering light the other. Those those really bright white aka blue led lights like hurts me. Yeah i can't stand us. The first thing of this apartment was growing. Switch them all out but there are a couple of the ones are there like built into the fixture and you can't change your yeah so Being you know having some ingenuity and me i i went on amazon and i bought some of those Gels like those amber colored gels like in the refrigerator apart and all the ones that are unchangeable and just put a film over them. While i'm in there it's a it's a journey but it really does little things do add up and I think it's really cool that you added the light. Peace to your work because you had just started. I think you had. You're one of the first little meters you had that. Tested the the flicker rate and the temperature of the light. And i feel like you had a more sophisticated one this time. Yeah and that's kind of become part of your enough protocol. Then yeah so we you know we had general recommendations like most people do in the biohacking community about a blue light and everything but Not not many people. Were talking. About flicker until i started testing it like three or four years ago and and now like every like a lot. More people are talking about flicker since we started testing that people's houses and then people go on the forums and all the different directions. And ask questions about flicker and then it becomes something more prominent in the community in our wellness community to talk about and so what we like to make the assessments that we do as experiential as possible and light is a really great way to convince people were skeptical that that ems problem or or caused biological harm or effective physiologically in any way. Because it's something you can see. It's something that we you can show them on on a meter. What an led looks like versus a fluorescent light. And you can ask people questions about. Have you ever heard about somebody getting headaches being under fluorescent lights or being working in an office all day under the really bright cool blue lights and most people have personal experience or they could say yeah. You know. i don't feel good. I get headaches. When i'm under that or is get tired or whatever and you know. There's even. Harvard studies that talk about blue light being problematic for You know not getting adequate sleep. And and lowering your melatonin production at night so could point to all those studies. Light is much more accepted Type of ems where it has a a non thermal and non ionizing physiological effect on the body. And that's the type of electromagnetic frequency and if you can get people to understand that it doesn't have to be a thermal Affect that damages the body and it doesn't have to be an ionizing effect that can that can damage the body or cause a you know. Abnormal physio physiological response. Then would it be possible that an electric field could do that. Which is another type of. Emf we test for from all the wiring in the walls. Would it be possible that a magnetic field could have a biological response on the body. Since your body is full of minerals that all have a relationship with magnetism were there either. Aligning with the magnetic field or disciplining from it and if every mineral in your body has a relationship with magnetism could it be possible that these pulsating magnetic fields that are pulsing a sixty hertz are affecting your cells and causing them to be to abnormally respond. When you're around those types of fields and most people you just think about it from that perspective and like yeah well if we've never had those before of course that can that can be affecting the body if all the minerals inside of us. I mean we have iron in our blood and you can actually. If you have strong enough magnet you can move blood around with a magnet and and you know when you think about it like that. It's like of course that can have physiological response if you're moving blood around and you know there's there's a lot of studies in the indian tradition that talk about the direction of your head. That's something we were talking about it at your space. To as when your head is facing south or east you're less likely for the for the iron and the medals in your body to accumulate in the head but if you're facing north or west. It's more likely for that to happen. Because the magnetism of of the of the earth is going in a certain direction and there's iron or other metals that can accumulate in your head if you have your head facing bombed about as told you the other day because of the layout of my room is perfectly situated for the bed to be at the north. I'm just like god. I had it all planned out. Where the furniture is gonna go. I don't know. I'm like i'm almost willing to take the hit just for aesthetics and the famous wave flow of like how you can easily get to the bed from both sides but yeah things like that are so subtle and i think in many ways i lost our in our culture and we think of these things is is just some superstition. As part of the chinese medicine system or veda or finish way and it's like If if these things were around for thousands of years and they had no effect on people's lives they wouldn't have lasted because think about all of the things that were just empty superstition. That have gone by the wayside because people noticed i dunno. It doesn't really make a difference. Yup so there's gotta be unfortunately for me something to it So with the late another interesting thing about the light. In addition to the flicked or flicker and the spectrum of color in the light is the placement of where the light is emanating from. And i never thought about this until i interviewed Alexander wound choose. Maybe the foremost experts on all light all things late in the world. Forget the episode number will put it in the show notes but he was explaining to me. How horrible it is to have like those can lights on the ceiling directly above you. And what's who cares like lights light as long as it's not flickering and it's the right temperature for the right time of day and he said no. The reason why it goes back to that ancestral piece is that there's maybe like one day a year where the sun is directly overhead. And it's only there for thirty minutes or something right like natural late meaning sunlight. It's only natural. Etiquettes beside star lightermen like The the it never existed nature. That is like right above your head so you know. I don't know what that does to you but again going back to How can we try to recreate natural environment. Dot would be something to is like the placement of those lights the placement of the lights and that was something that you know. I had thought about when you talk to me about that the other day. But that's such a good point and then one one thing that i've discovered with testing with the new light meter that we have. Which is it goes from. Three eighty nanometers. All the way up to one thousand fifty nanometers. So we get into the near infrared range and we go all the way down to like basically the top of the uv range. So you can see kind of something has you or not and But with with those lights went one thing that's interesting. Is you know what you paint your walls. What color you paint. Your walls also has an effect if you're a reflecting If you have artificial lights in your house and you have yellow walls. That yellow is actually going to filter out a lot of the blue light that is reflecting off of the wall itself Interesting so like so like you know. There's this whole kind of untapped. Maybe it's an art of. How do we create a more ancestral home. Something that matches outside more bringing in pallets that you see outside and bringing them inside and seasonality and everything so the paint on your walls can have a huge effect on your circadian rhythm as well because it's come through the lights reflecting off of a white wall for instance you know white walls. I actually liked because if you have a lot of windows you're bringing in that natural light in its in its reflecting away reflecting around the room all of the natural light and You know but then also black is nice in in places where you don't want a lot of life and We were talking. We were joking around at the beginning About the shielded room and how. It's like this like pitch black paint. There's actually a video on youtube of this guy who paints a room with like the darkest paint The darkest paint that's available and you go in there and he has a light bulb in there before he paints it and you can see everything but then you like. He has one life in there. And everything's painted black and And then as soon as you cover up the the light bulb with with anything. The whole room is dark because the black is just absorbing all the light. It's like this really bizarre experiment that he did and he did another another video where he painted it. All like the brightest white pillar and it was totally different. So it's it's interesting just just going and watching those videos to understand a little more about how light works. We think that we know a lot about it. But when you start to do these experiments and and ask questions like what is the natural spectrum outside and you can look at it and see it with a meter and then try to match inside you just realize how far off we are from from nature. You know there's nothing that's ever going to replace going outside and getting that type of late versus going inside but we try on these assessments to recommend the right types of bulbs for people so that they can. More closely mimic. What's outside now. I haven't gotten to the lighting in my place yet. 'cause there's places all torn apart but what are your current recommendations in terms of light bulbs i just use the thank god. You combine them in texas because it's a little less communist than california but because you can't buy incandescent bulbs they're on amazon. Sorry we don't ship to california figures God bless california but good riddance for that one So here. I ordered a ton of them but so in my house and i i suspect they have a little bit of green in them. I mean they're not like red color orange color. They're just mike. You know amber colored glass with an incandescent. And i just have those everywhere. And then in certain cases all use like a red incandescent bulb on a couple of lamps or something. When i know it's going to be really late at night. And i i don't want like any bluer. Any green In terms of flicker in color spectrum. Are there any innovations as anyone. Come up with like better lighting than that. Well there's actually quite a few Led bulbs that we do recommend and the ones that we recommend our flicker free they have. What's called a constant current driver in them and so there's one brand that they do sell on amazon called sunlight s. u. n. l. t. in their non-deductible orange yellow or red bulbs and they're they're led so they don't have the full spectrum of infrared. But you know at night. You don't really need your your Your full spectrum. Near-infrared therapy if you're just trying to block blue light and have some kind of light seeking get around and function a little bit before you go to bed so those are about like twenty to thirty nanometers wide but it starts off at. I think around six thirty nanometers and goes to like six fifty somewhere around there. So it's a little bit wider of a red light than like a photo by modulation device and led based photo. My bio modulation advice would be but it's It's blocking out all the blue. And so i like those actually when i travel because then you don't have to worry about the glass breaking on the incandescent bulbs yes. I've had issues with that. I've swept up quite a few hotel rooms. After dropping my bulbs trying to change the mouth. It really sucks when that happens when you just arrived in the room. And i'm like okay. I'm gonna get while we're while. I'm still awake after that arduous flight. I'm going to get all the lighting dialed in. And then i'm tired and then i'm like okay now. I have to look for shards of glass for the next two hours. Yeah yeah that's that's something. I ran into as well and and but pretty quickly i realized. Also that the incandescent bulbs they'll get really hot and you want them to be hot. So that the film it heats up. And it doesn't flicker as much but some some of these lower wattage bulbs that they sell that you that you can get even like orange colored ones or whatever the spectrum might be good but they actually flicker more. 'cause they're only like sixty watts or twenty five watts or whatever and on the on the we have one flicker meter that we use where you can actually hear the sound and it sounds about like a sixty hertz flicker so Right so it's the film. It does get hot enough in it. Cools down in between those pulses sixty. Hertz pulses wow. That's interesting so. I thought the incandescent bulbs like i'm good on the blue light. And the flicker. But they can still flicker Yeah they still. They still flicker. We recommend a hundred watts. Or more for any bulbs that you're going to be using or kind and that does make a brighter so usually we only recommending decibel during the daytime. Unless you're using something like the photon Bob that's two hundred fifty watts in. It's just it's got all the The blue light filtered out with the red stained glass. And then that's kind of like a portable fire that you can just plug into the wall. I love she'll asana space lights. I have one in our apartment right now. Just one of the little single lights. And i just keep it in the kitchen. And that's like my night late. And i'll just give myself a little red light therapy and it feels like you're just sitting at the beach. It some light. I frigging love. Those things okay. Well there's so much i want to cover. I don't wanna get off in the weeds too. Much here Okay so they do. Have these Flicker free orange and red. Led bulbs available now. What would you recommend for someone like myself. That has a bunch of these ceiling. Can lights put in. And that's what the lights which is go to you know if you want to fill the space if you found anything useful for those. I haven't got a very recommendation for that right now. The only floodlight i think. That's yeah can i. Yeah yeah the only daytime bulbs that were recommending right now. Arthis film grade Slicker free bulbs that are they are. Led's but They're they're called wave. Form lighting gotta wave form lighting dot com and actually don't delivered a california either. I think it's because of prop sixty five or some value. I mean i'm sure there's some not good reason for the various as an excuse to make our lives crappy. But one of my guys lives in in burbank. And he can't get him he's like can you send me loan as i don't want to get in trouble from california. So it's like you have to deliver them to err my friend in arizona and then they cross have email. Camp by there is Bike ozone generators like air filters that use ozone. Oh gosh yeah. Because i wanted to get one for my car and i went on to put it my car and is like aunt your block. So don't tell anyone amazon or legislation in california but i just shipped to my dad's and then he shipped to me So now i have oscillated kind of filtered air in the car So those are those are a good option for daytime lighting. When you actually do want bright light that keeps you awake and right. Yeah and what we would recommend his. You know between ten and two. Pm you can use those. I call task. Lighting really need some some bright light and you need to know what the colors are so a high cri a color rendering index light that Is flicker free you know. That's what those way form bulbs are and they also have this. They have under cabinet. Lighting and flicker free dimmers that can that can go with those as well and then we're looking into a few other companies that have circadian lighting but a lot of the companies that have circadian lighting have problems with flicker in and of themselves even if they're running off of dc so We're looking at some low voltage lighting systems right now and and trying to come up with a recommendation. I'm going to be actually assessing some of those Products and a demo kitten a few weeks. Here keep us posted on that. Yeah yeah for sure. That would be awesome The other thing is i used to think that like natural lighting was when you have a lot of windows in your house in your indoors. Would you explain what happens to light as it comes through glass. That makes it not natural anymore. Yeah sure so. Glass filters The light it filters out the uv felt out a lot of glass actually filters out the near-infrared wavelengths and you can measure this with a meter just by measuring through screen versus through the glass and ironically a lot of the the glass also box electromagnetic frequencies From like the wireless frequencies and everything as well because it's got a silver coating on it. So i didn't tell you this so surprise. There's a few windows in your bedroom that have low Glass in them and we want to use the shielding over real or curtains on them really. Yeah wow those frontlines right next to the door the door. Yeah it goes out to the pool. It it has. It doesn't have any Low e. in it but the those three windows there do and so i'm thinking if we just shield that one window we should get some pretty good results. Oh we gays or stuff and everything. I was actually shocked at how much the radiation levels went down without doing anything to the windows just from you guys painting doing the shielding painting. We went in there and it was. You know. I think it's on instagram. Somewhere in an it story but is e tv but we went outside and your meters thought. Red alert red alert. The numbers like through the roof. Step inside just on the other side of the glass door and it just goes to ten or something you know it was like almost non-existent you guys weren't been done yet was a very happy moment for me. Yeah yeah the that that paint is just incredible. The the way that it works. And you know we're really just sealing off everything and most of the radiation from the towers coming from above and kind of like the top half of your walls and we never recommend shielding like just one wall. There's a lot of professionals out there that do that and i just think that's a little bit irresponsible. To just recommend shielding one wall from from wireless because another tower. They're putting they're planning on putting up like a million more towers in the united states as their installing five g. like just in the next couple years and so you know chances are that if you end up just shielding one wall. You're gonna get one. That's that's transmitting from the other side. And reflecting back off your shield wall and going giving you a higher exposure and before and that's why we recommend to do the full shielding of the entire room Because we want to rule out. Emf as a problem. So you don't have to worry about it anymore. Yeah like now that you've got your room shielded. You can always feel like okay. You know the matter what's going on outside. I can always go back in and have this healing time for eight hours or more every night in my shielded space. And i'm golden. You know my body's repairing that damage of giving my body a break from all the wireless. The electric fields magnetic fields everything. I'm just going in here and letting my body detox get into that deep person but that estate in. That's that's your repair time. It's your recharge and repair time at night. And so many people probably ninety nine point nine nine nine nine nine. Don't have enough. Nines memorized like people. They don't have that time you know they are. They are just going out and twenty four seven bombardment. Even while they're sleeping in their body is this constantly on it there's this constant onslaught and you don't ever have time to just relax and that's why so. Many in our society are just really anxious. There's many reasons for that. And there's there's so many different types of toxins out there and things we have to worry about but just energetically there's this anxiousness this restlessness that we have and one of the number one things that people say when they to us when they After they've shielded room or they get in their bed canopy. Just they're just like man. It's so quiet it's still in here. I don't feel like restless anymore. There's just this piece about it. Yeah i could feel that walk in the room the other day. I mean there's no bed no furniture. There's no floors. For christ sakes. But i walked in there and it was like There's this i dunno. It's like it's like when you're out in the backyard rate and it seems quite you're out there relaxing and then someone turns off an air conditioner go. Oh shit. it's so quiet now. I didn't even realize it was on. It's that i think m. f. is that way it's just so ubiquitous and we just kind of tolerate it and put up with it and it's invisible obviously we can't see it or hear it tasted smell it so it's really something you have. No idea. is there until it's gone and then there really is a different energy and we experienced this when we go out in the woods somewhere or something right were. Yeah wherever you go in. your cell. Phone doesn't work that feeling and to be able to have that feeling in your house is like oh my god incredible So to to back up a little bit so cool that you added the late as a source of emf that you guys added that to your testing and also remediation. I think that's really smart The next one just maybe briefly. Because there's a bunch of stuff. I want to cover about like how you actually test for it and fix it. But run us through the other types of m. f. to sure yes so you know. Obviously the big one that people talk about a lot is the wireless radiation Coming from your wifi router. They're smart meters. That are electrical meters. That are pulsing on your house supposedly measuring your electrical consumption aka spying on you and And then you know the cordless phones cellphone towers radio towers television towers. All all those things wireless. That's another thing we measure in. You know there's multiple meters that we have to in order to delineate what's going on coming from the inside of the house versus the outside of the house. You can't get one meter that measures both very accurately after have multiple meters to be able to understand what's coming from outside what's coming from inside house interacting with your body as an antenna that sort of thing. So that's that's one type. That's very common. That people think about mainly when they think about think about why fi in their phone and that sort of thing and this is also all of the. And i hate this term because it's so in vastly incorrect but smart appliances yard technology as i've started to shop for appliances. Go into ferguson's the place where you get appliances heerden. So what are you looking for. Like nothing smart. And they're like really but you can talk to your washing machine. Exactly if i'm talking to my washing machine who's listening you know. Yes that's the paranoid side of me but just because paranoid doesn't mean they're not after me But no in all seriousness. You know every refrigerator stove. They're all omitting radio. These ring doorbells. I mean it's like a smart home if you really like had the money to dial it in to me is it's like a cancer pit. It's just the worst thing you could ever do. Especially for small kids and pets and stuff. Who have you know a more fragile biology than a grown adult. That's already kind of us to be in bombarded. What are some of the other main offenders when it comes to. Rfid people are inva- voluntarily bringing into the house like baby monitors of like those you have baby monitors or a big one The security systems. You know a lot of the things are convenience items even sonos the sound system. Erdal you know. I know you have had one of those and you. I think you figure out a way to disable the wifi point but like and they also make it extremely hard to disabled thing smart. Tv's you you know we've be. Our basic recommendation is to just get a device that you can basically unplug it with the push of a button because there's no way to turn that setting off even if you have it wired with ethernet cable oh really so you have to turn the power off to most of the devices and now they're even creating wi fi routers where you can't log in turn off the wi fi. It looks like it's off but when you test it with a meter it's still blasted and and you call spectrum or or whatever company is out there whatever they call themselves and And they they say they maybe they can turn it off remotely. Well you know. Sometimes we've had customers who do that and they say okay it's off and then we're they're testing and like no it's not off the signal still. They're they're like well. It's by my screen is telling me that it's off and it all that may be. Maybe it's not transmitting data. But it's still transmitting this wifi signal. That still damaging to the human body. And we're still perceiving this as a stressor and so you you really have to have a meter or somebody who can verify that the things are turned off in your home. That's really important to be able to do that. We'll be right back at ya. After this brief but important announcement. I've been working on improving my sleep for the past twenty years. Yes that's true that's long. It's taken me to figure this thing out now. There have been many solutions. Along the way that have assisted in improving not only the quality but also duration of my sleep and one of the problems that i came upon early on in my research and experience was the issue with too much late in the room. Now you can get blackout curtains. Oftentimes they don't work well enough for some mutants to travel a lot. It's difficult to block out the light on demand. So i found this mask from a company called blue blocks. It's called their remedies sleep mask and it solves the problem of lately which equal poor sleep. 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I mean that was probably bad ass at the time right because everything 'cause then you can have your halo parties and your with their xbox like everything and all the different rooms we used to have a. Is there a friend who do that every saturday night. We'd we'd go there and we'd have halo lan parties like where you're you're playing video games all the different rooms and you have teams and everything but yeah. That was cool. I i still think it is cool. Maybe not come back. Yeah so. I was stoked to find that. But then i i guess i gotta get an av person in there that can get through that rats to wires but What i did in the i would run. Ethernet i think directly out of the router and then just turned the modem off to stop the wifi and then i would still have internet but not wifi is that do i have that right. The the modem and the router. I think you'd need the modem on to get the internet right and then you turn the wifi router right off. Yeah yes. That's what i. That's what i did at home. I just put the The route or portion of it on a timer and actually have it in an apartment now. Because some nights i i'm in bed and i'm like i forgot to turn off the router so now just goes off at eleven. Pm comes on at seven am. Yeah but I think that's something that people that aren't real techy get confused about. Is there like cool. I'll get rid of wifi. Whatever i can hardware my computer but it's understanding like which of those two devices which and then in a case like mine since there's seven rooms that have an ethernet port then you have to get like one of those little kind of junction boxes. I don't know what they're called but they have. You know ten ethernet plugs in them and then those would then go into the modem. Yeah right it would be a wired router or a switch right at wired. Routers that doesn't have the wireless kind of like a like an office computer networking setup a most right from day. Yeah yep Okay so the the rif. What do you think if someone okay if you're in your house and you just have to have wifi on when you're using your cell phone that's getting paying from multiple cell towers nearby so it's bringing in radiation into the house Already there but then you're also kind of your phone is omitting tremendous amount of of radiation. Is it better to just use your phone using wi fi and turn it in airplane mode if you want to have your phone near you and using it would that be like less overall radiation coming out of the device According to the equipment yes it would be but you also have to remember that Anything foreign is still going to stress and every individual is different in how they respond to these different frequencies as well so they're still even debate among a lot of emf researchers whether the intensity matters more than the frequency itself because there could be a really low frequency if it's the right frequency to cause biological harm to an individual it could affect that individual more than an intense frequent. See like just a few megahertz above that or or something like that so Intensity we all were always looking at that the intensity of the field but we're also looking at the frequency and the individual and it it still does damage no matter what but according to the meter. It's actually you know. I like if i have to be connected on my phone. I prefer to be connected to a wi fi network than depending on the data. Raise cell phone tower just because right. It's it's using more power to reach the tower like a few miles away. It's like you're saying versus a router. That's maybe one hundred feet or less away right. And i think you were telling me that when your phone has fewer bars that is actually worse because when i when i see my phone and has four bars i'm like oh my god i'm in such a shit load of. Emf right now but that's actually not as bad to have this right because your phone because there's a strong sell signal coming from a tower nearby. The phone doesn't have to work that hard and therefore does not emit as much radiation as it would with one bar where it's struggling to keep trying to connect right. Yeah you got that phone right next to you. It's got full bars. That's probably the best the best time to make a call or to to do work on the phone. Because you're not you have a full signal in your phone's not going to be working as hard to connect to the tower your batteries not gonna drain as much in that environment versus an environment where you hardly have any signal. Then your phone is going to be blasting a lot of signal but if you have full bars you also have to know that you're got probably surrounded by cellphone towers and if those are really close to you than they're they're definitely causing a problem you know so right It's it's like a loose situation in that talent. in that way. I mean the thing with this. And i noticed you like you're passionate about this but you also are kind of light hearted about it and i just want to say before i forget and i'll probably mention this when i record the intro later that i think that it's did double if not more harmful to be paranoid about. Emf around you that you can't do shit about really most of the time then to just like build an intelligent awareness and strategically over time start to make some lifestyle choices and give up a few of those little conveniences like being able to talk to your stove or something But i know that. I've verge on the side of neurosis with it because i have a trauma of acute exposure that you're aware of and i'm sure the audience is severe in about So when i see a cell tower my initial response is like oh my god brain cancer. You know like the first hot. And i'm like dry faster. Get past it. But then i realized okay now. I'm eliciting this. You know sympathetic. Nervous system fighter flight response probably just had a spike in adrenaline cortisol. Just because of that one minute thought so. It's like it's one of those things where i think we have to approach it with. What's the word like surrendered action ray. Where you you're relaxed about it and you just take logical steps whenever possible. But you can't be. I don't think if you really want to have health and vitality so relaxed you just put your head in the sand and pretend like this isn't a major issue either. That's what a lot of people do. they'll either put their head in the sand about it. Don't wanna hear about it or they'll you know they'll they'll think it's not an issue in just completely ignore it because the traditional science which apparently is always correct about everything science science we see on tv. And it's you know. Historically conventional wisdom has always been turned on its head. It seems like throughout history and with m. s. It's no different. You know the the doctor mccoll book. After which i helped consult on that book. He he goes through the history of the debate. The tobacco industry. And how like. It used to be healthy to smoke. Cigarettes and doctors were recommending. He saw those ads. Were doctors like i smoke marlborough or camel or whatever it is you know and And then later on almost no no well actually. They cause cancer you know. Well that's where we're at right now. I think with this whole. Ems topic is. We've gone too far. There's so much money so much more money in this than than in big pharma and big telecom In big tech than in big pharma than big tobacco it's it's like mind-blowing how much it's like trillions and trillions of dollars every year that are made in that industry and so there's a big special interest in in subverting a lot of the studies and the research on this topic but that hasn't stopped scientists from doing the research. We have people like doctor martin. Paul we have you know. The by initiative report like funders and thousands of journals that are showing biological action You know because of different electromagnetic frequencies and you know we've you tend to focus on the wireless but there's other things inside your house that are eliciting the same inflammatory response that we're not even thinking about and so you know we've we've we keep going back to that question. Okay list all the mess we've gotten through. I think what two of them were our hour and we've covered too so okay. That's a good q. Actually so so that our the radio frequencies the it's non ionizing radiation right. And that's all the wireless stuff that we're talking about. Yes so to give people a bit of a takeaway like make life a little less convenient and just get rid of as much of that stuff as you can. Put your wifi router on a timer. If you have to have it. I found something actually online. I put in the ems course documents In a link to that course. And hopefully this thing if i remember Found on e. It's just it's like a remote controlled. It turns off a power strip basically but they call it a wifi. Kill switch. Awesome like then. That's even better than having timer because one night. Maybe i go to bed at ten. And i'm you know i'm in that field for an extra hour because the timer was set for eleven or i sleep banner vice versa so i kinda like on your nightstand. Like boop turned off the router I have my my defender shield case on my phone so at least from holding the phone you know eighteen inches from my freak and brain and on speakerphone which i never put it next to my obviously Probably a noise a lot of people out in public but then again. I don't talk on the phone a lot. At least then the field coming straight at. My head is minimized right. I think it's like ninety nine percent. They're still radiation coming out of the back of it but if you face it toward yourself that's one more little thing you know. I have the Defender shield thing under my laptop. I have you know little tools that that make a little bit of a difference. So that i can still be in the world like a normal person. Yeah in its little habit. Changes like that. That are cumulative. It adds up over time if you're doing that every day for fifteen twenty years like using laptop without the defender's shield then you're exposing yourself to you know like like say you work on the laptop four hours a day. That's four hours where you've got that on on your body for fifteen years every every day is that going to have a biological effect. Maybe maybe not. But i mean what's what's the big deal about putting a little shield there to prevent something from happening you know actually like mine. It's re- it's much bigger than my thirteen inch mac book and so and it has a little It's really cool to new one. It has a little pole where the track pat is. But then it has covers for your wrist in your hands like the only time your fingers and hands are getting fried or the fingers on the keyboard and then when you're touching the mouse but like where your wrist or setting all shielded. It's pretty cool. And it's it's big and clunky but it makes a nice little kind of a lap stand for your laptop actually just even if it wasn't shielding i would use it because it's just more convenient in terms of just working around the house right. Yeah there was something else. I want to ask you before we move on from our f you talked about how shielding just one wall of a room could be problematic because of this ricochet effect right. We there's a cell phone tower. We know on the west side of this room. So we're gonna she'll the west side of the room but then we don't know that there's a bunch of neighbors wi fi routers and there's a smart meter coming from the neighbor's house and they just put up a new five g. Tower down the street on the east right. So it's going to come in and bounce around and ricochet and actually Exacerbate the problem. I've always wondered with m. f. shielded clothing if that's an issue like i wear my either like my lambs are my leila tech beanie when i sleep every night because it also works as an eye mask for light When i drive around downtown austin in the five g. cesspool it is I put on my. Mfa kaplan of driving around. It's just a habit. I'm not like being paranoid. Just sitting there and throw it on but i've always wondered in my lambs underwear wearing right now but i've always wondered if our f signals like say come in under my baseball cap that shielded and buying buying buying and get stuck in there and bounce around or do you think it's still better because it's at least not. It's kind of rick. Shane away from my body. Mostly do you have a theory or any testing on that. Yeah i've testing and some kind of series that i that i've bounced around bounced around ironically a lot But the i think really the main thing with emf clothing. I'm not so concerned about the ricocheting bouncing around inside. I don't think that happens too much But what i am concerned about. Is that when you're putting metal close to your body and how like the size of the shielded clothing can actually cause a resonance phenomenon to happen. And so if the frequencies you're being exposed to happen to be the same wavelength as the threads in your clothing than the clothing will start to resonate at a post frequency of frequency out a certain distance. And so it really depends on the environment where you'll see the net benefit of the shielded clothing. And that's why a lot of people who are elector hypersensitive Some some will be like a half to use my shielded clothing. It works when i go to the store. When a go this place and then others will be like you know what. I can't wear it because it makes me feel sick and it's totally. That tells me that it's totally dependent upon the environment. That the person's in not necessarily that it's good or bad. It's just that you know the the clothing or whatever it is. You're using if if the if it's environment where there's a where there's like. A fm radio station is is the big big one that has an effect on shielded clothing then that's gonna make it resonates sometimes as much as a foot to two feet out with resonance phenomenon when you're wearing clod nuance so annoying. Like the physics of this stuff is really irritating so okay so say you've got a great product like lambs who i don't think they haven't in a while but they ran some ads on my show. I literally where their underwear every day. I'm happy to promote them. And i looked at their testing before promoted them. Like all right. Have you guys taken this into lab and a fair day cage. Like tested for real. What percentage of our f- does it blog. It's ninety nine point nine. Nine percent of our f- great cool. I've seen the lab reports the whole thing Same with the leila tech. They make the hat. And the t shirt and i said when they reached out to me or i was introduced. I said world. Send me your lab results. Like what's the percentage of blocking the cetera So you think when you hear something like that. I'm good to go 'cause like you could put your cell phone inside my underwear and call it. It won't work like it's blocked technically. That's what you want. But you're saying is there are other other waves of frequencies that would then hit the metallic material and act as an antenna in the same way. When i was a little kid in the seventies if your tv wasn't getting reception you would like at big pieces of tin foil to the antenna to create more surface area of metal. Yeah to bring in that. Rif or even bring your hand close to the antenna year. -ception would start to get better. That's because your body has act like an antenna in it's resonating with those frequencies and and Transmitting retransmitting the frequency out a certain distance. And so as your hand got closer. It was actually retransmitting. Moorefield strength toward the metallic antenna Wow and so were. Our bodies are walking. Antennas walking around around everywhere. And i think it's really important for us to understand when we're looking at Emf shielding devices or a lotta claims that people are making when they're out there A lot of the testings done in a lab and it and it needs to be done that way. that's one baseline one way that we can study. How effective something is. But we don't live in a faraday cage we don't live in a lab we have all these frequencies that are going in all different directions interacting with one another. And so that's just something important to be thinking about you know and and probably wearing shield clothing in a low. Emf environment is probably a net benefit. Especially if you have your own device that's it's blocking the bulk of that frequency close to your body right right so like if you're a guy and you have know a cell phone in your pocket and you have to leave it off airplane mode because it's an emergency call situation Then the radiation coming from that phone on your yards is going to be protected because there's a layer of that metallic shielding fabric in between your phone and said cards right. Or if you're going to your friend's house and and they're you know you know you know that every time you go there you start to feel sick because their wifi routers right next to the couch. And then you wear your. What's that no choice. Yes i've forgotten to give them a shout out. Thank you. I was onto the you know the things i'm wearing right now. Yes yeah that's probably a better thing than sitting next to the wifi router the whole time or you know whatever so right it becomes important to be able to measure it in. Take some kind of Our meter with you when you're traveling to understand okay. Is this type of environment. Where i should wear the clothing or is it going to actually cause more problems and usually you know you. Can you know most of us now have routines where we know where we go throughout the week. You know and when we're traveling maybe it's gonna be better to be fully shielded in something like that. Because of the frequencies right i saw i saw you using using that full body suit and also greenfield doing it. Oh really oh in. His travels on the airplane. I think that's a great time to do it when you're traveling on an airplane and different things because people's phones are all around. You got like like hundreds of phones sis arbor. Everyone's on their phone. Nobody's looking at each other anymore. They're just gross. And what their mask on. And they're looking at this blue screen you know over there for and so you know you've got all of this stuff going on and you know to block all of that. I mean the towers are kind of pretty far away from the airport. So as to not interfere with the the radar and the radar from the plains is actually not doesn't resonate very much with with the clothing and that sort of thing. So i think traveling with it actually makes good. I'm glad because the no choice thing that you're describing for those listening Is a metallic hoodie. That that zips up all the way over your face leg literally your faces covered but you can still see through it. I mean you couldn't read a book but you can walk around. And that's what i use when i travel when they bust chops about wearing a mask on like they want they don't even ask me. I go through with my ticket to get on the plane and you look at look at me. Like an alien. Just walked up in there. So dumbfounded by the weirdness of it that they don't even like hassle me whereas if i had a bandanna on Sure you need a surgical mask for a ninety nine percent. Survival rate thing that isn't even real but anyway i have nothing on and And people are just totally dismayed and they just don't say anything. I keep waiting to get on a plane with that and having them be like. That's not a good enough mask but my suspicion is that they think i'm super paranoid and it's like an ultra mask. I don't. I'm not worried at all about a virus at all at all of any type Because they're just natural and it's just part of being human in. There's something called an immune system. But if i have that thing on it i think they think that i'm like following the rules. Extra good you and even in the plane like all zip it down to look at my phone or something for a minute or eat some food and then i put it back up and actually wanna wear the no choice Full head hoodie thing. It's just hilarious. Yeah with some of the stuff you you just have to have fun with it. Otherwise it becomes too depressing Okay that's really good information about all of that so you're not you don't personally wear any shielded clothing. I've noticed at least i haven't seen her underwear but you wanna see no when the cameras are. Yeah no. I don't personally i've had a lot of people. Send me stuff to try out. And i test it and Typically you know the place where i live. I don't need to. I mean. I do quite a bit of traveling in i. You know i probably will end up. You know some day. End up testing things and coming up with the idea. Layering that i that i want but for now i just kind of feel like without testing it. I just just needed Continued to live normally. Wear anything special just in case you something because that antenna affect really does is something that i have measured in a. I don't feel completely comfortable with recommending shielded clothing at this point personally but i can see you know. I can see the testing that i've done and the environment that i've Taken all equipment to tested with pieces of shielding fabric which is basically what she'll clothing is right. Yeah so we recommend shielding fabric for windows curtains and now we have a seamstress that both these custom canopies for our customers or those canopies commercially available. Now i remember you were working on that. We're still working on Getting a place where we can ramp up production. Okay but right. Now we're only offer them to customers who've had a full house okay and that's a canopy that in lieu of shielding your whole bedroom. You would just put this shielding fabric canopy over your head and right like a faraday bed basically and so. We've got this organic cotton and silver shielding fabric. It's only organic shooting fabric. That i think is on the market right now actually but That's what we used to make the the bed. Canopy in the in curtains for for our customers Is that the same fabric that you sent me a couple years back that i was. Yeah yeah that one. The one i sent you was before it was organic source like a got certified organic cop sweet. Yeah that fabric is actually really nice to it. Looks kind of like a gauze like it would be great sheer curtain for people. Imagine just on its own. You would never even know and it's also very thin so it's easy to have sewn onto like a backing of a thicker fabric that you do in the case of sewing it onto your existing curtains or something right. Yeah and we have a sheer one now. We also have a more opaque version of call as well. That's a little bit. Higher shielding effectiveness cool. Okay awesome Let's see here how we doing time. I hopefully good. I think we have some kind of a time limit here today. But i guess i'll find out when they bust on the door and turn off the mics Okay so that's a pretty good dive on. Rf on the light Let's briefly talk about electric fields. Andrew trysofi in there and then magnetic fields sure. Yeah so electric fields or something that a lot of people don't think about when it comes to electromagnetic frequencies and fields Because you're just thinking about wifi. What's traveling through the area. Your phone that sort of thing but as you know there's all there's wiring and everyone's house and are these. Electric fields is voltage. Is that come off of the walls. Because all of our homes are made with the wiring that is romance and its unshielded wiring and so the walls have minerals in them and semiconductor materials in the paint and the voltage will spread throughout the entire like florida's.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"The cortisol goes up. And then you don't sleep as well that night or takes a lot longer to fall asleep. And i'm sure you've experienced that. Oh my god yeah. It's it's undeniable especially after a few years of having only you know amber colored bulbs in the house at night and using the various blockers and things like that. i mean. now we're in this apartment that we're renting and actually travel with incandescent light bulbs just the first thing i do in any hotel airbnb. I mean it's it's not but it's just it's like once you get used to warm non-flickering light the other. Those those really bright white aka blue led lights like hurts me. Yeah i can't stand us. The first thing of this apartment was growing. Switch them all out but there are a couple of the ones are there like built into the fixture and you can't change your yeah so Being you know having some ingenuity and me i i went on amazon and i bought some of those Gels like those amber colored gels like in the refrigerator apart and all the ones that are unchangeable and just put a film over them. While i'm in there it's a it's a journey but it really does little things do add up and I think it's really cool that you added the light. Peace to your work because you had just started. I think you had. You're one of the first little meters you had that. Tested the the flicker rate and the temperature of the light. And i feel like you had a more sophisticated one this time. Yeah and that's kind of become part of your enough protocol. Then yeah so we you know we had general recommendations like most people do in the biohacking community about a blue light and everything but Not not many people. Were talking. About flicker until i started testing it like three or four years ago and and now like every like a lot. More people are talking about flicker since we started testing that people's houses and then people go on the forums and all the different directions. And ask questions about flicker and then it becomes something more prominent in the community in our wellness community to talk about and so what we like to make the assessments that we do as experiential as possible and light is a really great way to convince people were skeptical that that ems problem or or caused biological harm or effective physiologically in any way. Because it's something you can see. It's something that we you can show them on on a meter. What an led looks like versus a fluorescent light. And you can ask people questions about. Have you ever heard about somebody getting headaches being under fluorescent lights or being working in an office all day under the really bright cool blue lights and most people have personal experience or they could say yeah. You know. i don't feel good. I get headaches. When i'm under that or is get tired or whatever and you know. There's even. Harvard studies that talk about blue light being problematic for You know not getting adequate sleep. And and lowering your melatonin production at night so could point to all those studies. Light is much more accepted Type of ems where it has a a non thermal and non ionizing physiological effect on the body. And that's the type of electromagnetic frequency and if you can get people to understand that it doesn't have to be a thermal Affect that damages the body and it doesn't have to be an ionizing effect that can that can damage the body or cause a you know. Abnormal physio physiological response. Then would it be possible that an electric field could do that. Which is another type of. Emf we test for from all the wiring in the walls. Would it be possible that a magnetic field could have a biological response on the body. Since your body is full of minerals that all have a relationship with magnetism were there either. Aligning with the magnetic field or disciplining from it and if every mineral in your body has a relationship with magnetism could it be possible that these pulsating magnetic fields that are pulsing a sixty hertz are affecting your cells and causing them to be to abnormally respond. When you're around those types of fields and most people you just think about it from that perspective and like yeah well if we've never had those before of course that can that can be affecting the body if all the minerals inside of us. I mean we have iron in our blood and you can actually. If you have strong enough magnet you can move blood around with a magnet and and you know when you think about it like that. It's like of course that can have physiological response if you're moving blood around and you know there's there's a lot of studies in the indian tradition that talk about the direction of your head. That's something we were talking about it at your space. To as when your head is facing south or east you're less likely for the for the iron and the medals in your body to accumulate in the head but if you're facing north or west. It's more likely for that to happen. Because the magnetism of of the of the earth is going in a certain direction and there's iron or other metals that can accumulate in your head if you have your head facing bombed about as told you the other day because of the layout of my room is perfectly situated for the bed to be at the north. I'm just like god. I had it all planned out. Where the furniture is gonna go. I don't know. I'm like i'm almost willing to take the hit just for aesthetics and the famous wave flow of like how you can easily get to the bed from both sides but yeah things like that are so subtle and i think in many ways i lost our in our culture and we think of these things is is just some superstition. As part of the chinese medicine system or veda or finish way and it's like If if these things were around for thousands of years and they had no effect on people's lives they wouldn't have lasted because think about all of the things that were just empty superstition. That have gone by the wayside because people noticed i dunno. It doesn't really make a difference. Yup so there's gotta be unfortunately for me something to it So with the late another interesting thing about the light. In addition to the flicked or flicker and the spectrum of color in the light is the placement of where the light is emanating from. And i never thought about this until i interviewed Alexander wound choose. Maybe the foremost experts on all light all things late in the world. Forget the episode number will put it in the show notes but he was explaining to me. How horrible it is to have like those can lights on the ceiling directly above you. And what's who cares like lights light as long as it's not flickering and it's the right temperature for the right time of day and he said no. The reason why it goes back to that ancestral piece is that there's maybe like one day a year where the sun is directly overhead. And it's only there for thirty minutes or something right like natural late meaning sunlight. It's only natural. Etiquettes beside star lightermen like The the it never existed nature. That is like right above your head so you know. I don't know what that does to you but again going back to How can we try to recreate natural environment. Dot would be something to is like the placement of those lights the placement of the lights and that was something that you know. I had thought about when you talk to me about that the other day. But that's such a good point and then one one thing that i've discovered with testing with the new light meter that we have. Which is it goes from. Three eighty nanometers. All the way up to one thousand fifty nanometers. So we get into the near infrared range and we go all the way down to like basically the top of the uv range. So you can see kind of something has you or not and But with with those lights went one thing that's interesting. Is you know what you paint your walls. What color you paint. Your walls also has an effect if you're a reflecting If you have artificial lights in your house and you have yellow walls. That yellow is actually going to filter out a lot of the blue light that is reflecting off of the wall itself Interesting so like so like you know. There's this whole kind of untapped. Maybe it's an art of. How do we create a more ancestral home. Something that matches outside more bringing in pallets that you see outside and bringing them inside and seasonality and everything so the paint on your walls can have a huge effect on your circadian rhythm as well because it's come through the lights reflecting off of a white wall for instance you know white walls. I actually liked because if you have a lot of windows you're bringing in that natural light in its in its reflecting away reflecting around the room all of the natural light and You know but then also black is nice in in places where you don't want a lot of life and We were talking. We were joking around at the beginning About the shielded room and how. It's like this like pitch black paint. There's actually a video on youtube of this guy who paints a room with like the darkest paint The darkest paint that's available and you go in there and he has a light bulb in there before he paints it and you can see everything but then you like. He has one life in there. And everything's painted black and And then as soon as you cover up the the light bulb with with anything. The whole room is dark because the black is just absorbing all the light. It's like this really bizarre experiment that he did and he did another another video where he painted it. All like the brightest white pillar and it was totally different. So it's it's interesting just just going and watching those videos to understand a little more about how light works. We think that we know a lot about it. But when you start to do these experiments and and ask questions like what is the natural spectrum outside and you can look at it and see it with a meter and then try to match inside you just realize how far off we are from from nature. You know there's nothing that's ever going to replace going outside and getting that type of late versus going inside but we try on these assessments to recommend the right types of bulbs for people so that they can. More closely mimic. What's outside now. I haven't gotten to the lighting in my place yet. 'cause there's places all torn apart but what are your current recommendations in terms of light bulbs i just use the thank god. You combine them in texas because it's a little less communist than california but because you can't buy incandescent bulbs they're on amazon. Sorry we don't ship to california figures God bless california but good riddance for that one So here. I ordered a ton of them but so in my house and i i suspect they have a little bit of green in them. I mean they're not like red color orange color. They're just mike. You know amber colored glass with an incandescent. And i just have those everywhere. And then in certain cases all use like a red incandescent bulb on a couple of lamps or something. When i know it's going to be really late at night. And i i don't want like any bluer. Any green In terms of flicker in color spectrum. Are there any innovations as anyone. Come up with like better lighting than that. Well there's actually quite a few Led bulbs that we do recommend and the ones that we recommend our flicker free they have. What's called a constant current driver in them and so there's one brand that they do sell on amazon called sunlight s. u. n. l. t. in their non-deductible orange yellow or red bulbs and they're they're led so they don't have the full spectrum of infrared. But you know at night. You don't really need your your Your full spectrum. Near-infrared therapy if you're just trying to block blue light and have some kind of light seeking get around and function a little bit before you go to bed so those are about like twenty to thirty nanometers wide but it starts off at. I think around six thirty nanometers and goes to like six fifty somewhere around there. So it's a little bit wider of a red light than like a photo by modulation device and led based photo. My bio modulation advice would be but it's It's blocking out all the blue. And so i like those actually when i travel because then you don't have to worry about the glass breaking on the incandescent bulbs yes. I've had issues with that. I've swept up quite a few hotel rooms. After dropping my bulbs trying to change the mouth. It really sucks when that happens when you just arrived in the room. And i'm like okay. I'm gonna get while we're while. I'm still awake after that arduous flight. I'm going to get all the lighting dialed in. And then i'm tired and then i'm like okay now. I have to look for shards of glass for the next two hours. Yeah yeah that's that's something. I ran into as well and and but pretty quickly i realized. Also that the incandescent bulbs they'll get really hot and you want them to be hot. So that the film it heats up. And it doesn't flicker as much but some some of these lower wattage bulbs that they sell that you that you can get even like orange colored ones or whatever the spectrum might be good but they actually flicker more. 'cause they're only like sixty watts or twenty five watts or whatever and on the on the we have one flicker meter that we use where you can actually hear the sound and it sounds about like a sixty hertz flicker so Right so it's the film. It does get hot enough in it. Cools down in between those pulses sixty. Hertz pulses wow. That's interesting so. I thought the incandescent bulbs like i'm good on the blue light. And the flicker. But they can still flicker Yeah they still. They still flicker. We recommend a hundred watts. Or more for any bulbs that you're going to be using or kind and that does make a brighter so usually we only recommending decibel during the daytime. Unless you're using something like the photon Bob that's two hundred fifty watts in. It's just it's got all the The blue light filtered out with the red stained glass. And then that's kind of like a portable fire that you can just plug into the wall. I love she'll asana space lights. I have one in our apartment right now. Just one of the little single lights. And i just keep it in the kitchen. And that's like my night late. And i'll just give myself a little red light therapy and it feels like you're just sitting at the beach. It some light. I frigging love. Those things okay. Well there's so much i want to cover. I don't wanna get off in the weeds too. Much here Okay so they do. Have these Flicker free orange and red. Led bulbs available now. What would you recommend for someone like myself. That has a bunch of these ceiling. Can lights put in. And that's what the lights which is go to you know if you want to fill the space if you found anything useful for those. I haven't got a very recommendation for that right now. The only floodlight i think. That's yeah can i. Yeah yeah the only daytime bulbs that were recommending right now. Arthis film grade Slicker free bulbs that are they are. Led's but They're they're called wave. Form lighting gotta wave form lighting dot com and actually don't delivered a california either. I think it's because of prop sixty five or some value. I mean i'm sure there's some not good reason for the various as an excuse to make our lives crappy. But one of my guys lives in in burbank. And he can't get him he's like can you send me loan as i don't want to get in trouble from california. So it's like you have to deliver them to err my friend in arizona and then they cross have email. Camp by there is Bike ozone generators like air filters that use ozone. Oh gosh yeah. Because i wanted to get one for my car and i went on to put it my car and is like aunt your block. So don't tell anyone amazon or legislation in california but i just shipped to my dad's and then he shipped to me So now i have oscillated kind of filtered air in the car So those are those are a good option for daytime lighting. When you actually do want bright light that keeps you awake and right. Yeah and what we would recommend his. You know between ten and two. Pm you can use those. I call task. Lighting really need some some bright light and you need to know what the colors are so a high cri a color rendering index light that Is flicker free you know. That's what those way form bulbs are and they also have this. They have under cabinet. Lighting and flicker free dimmers that can that can go with those as well and then we're looking into a few other companies that have circadian lighting but a lot of the companies that have circadian lighting have problems with flicker in and of themselves even if they're running off of dc so We're looking at some low voltage lighting systems right now and and trying to come up with a recommendation. I'm going to be actually assessing some of those Products and a demo kitten a few weeks. Here keep us posted on that. Yeah yeah for sure. That would be awesome The other thing is i used to think that like natural lighting was when you have a lot of windows in your house in your indoors. Would you explain what happens to light as it comes through glass. That makes it not natural anymore. Yeah sure so. Glass filters The light it filters out the uv felt out a lot of glass actually filters out the near-infrared wavelengths and you can measure this with a meter just by measuring through screen versus through the glass and ironically a lot of the the glass also box electromagnetic frequencies From like the wireless frequencies and everything as well because it's got a silver coating on it. So i didn't tell you this so surprise. There's a few windows in your bedroom that have low Glass in them and we want to use the shielding over real or curtains on them really. Yeah wow those frontlines right next to the door the door. Yeah it goes out to the pool. It it has. It doesn't have any Low e. in it but the those three windows there do and so i'm thinking if we just shield that one window we should get some pretty good results. Oh we gays or stuff and everything. I was actually shocked at how much the radiation levels went down without doing anything to the windows just from you guys painting doing the shielding painting. We went in there and it was. You know. I think it's on instagram. Somewhere in an it story but is e tv but we went outside and your meters thought. Red alert red alert. The numbers like through the roof. Step inside just on the other side of the glass door and it just goes to ten or something you know it was like almost non-existent you guys weren't been done yet was a very happy moment for me. Yeah yeah the that that paint is just incredible. The the way that it works. And you know we're really just sealing off everything and most of the radiation from the towers coming from above and kind of like the top half of your walls and we never recommend shielding like just one wall. There's a lot of professionals out there that do that and i just think that's a little bit irresponsible. To just recommend shielding one wall from from wireless because another tower. They're putting they're planning on putting up like a million more towers in the united states as their installing five g. like just in the next couple years and so you know chances are that if you end up just shielding one wall. You're gonna get one. That's that's transmitting from the other side. And reflecting back off your shield wall and going giving you a higher exposure and before and that's why we recommend to do the full shielding of the entire room Because we want to rule out. Emf as a problem. So you don't have to worry about it anymore. Yeah like now that you've got your room shielded. You can always feel like okay. You know the matter what's going on outside. I can always go back in and have this healing time for eight hours or more every night in my shielded space. And i'm golden. You know my body's repairing that damage of giving my body a break from all the wireless. The electric fields magnetic fields everything. I'm just going in here and letting my body detox get into that deep person but that estate in. That's that's your repair time. It's your recharge and repair time at night. And so many people probably ninety nine point nine nine nine nine nine. Don't have enough. Nines memorized like people. They don't have that time you know they are. They are just going out and twenty four seven bombardment. Even while they're sleeping in their body is this constantly on it there's this constant onslaught and you don't ever have time to just relax and that's why so. Many in our society are just really anxious. There's many reasons for that. And there's there's so many different types of toxins out there and things we have to worry about but just energetically there's this anxiousness this restlessness that we have and one of the number one things that people say when they to us when they After they've shielded room or they get in their bed canopy. Just they're just like man. It's so quiet it's still in here. I don't feel like restless anymore. There's just this piece about it. Yeah i could feel that walk in the room the other day. I mean there's no bed no furniture. There's no floors. For christ sakes. But i walked in there and it was like There's this i dunno. It's like it's like when you're out in the backyard rate and it seems quite you're out there relaxing and then someone turns off an air conditioner go. Oh shit. it's so quiet now. I didn't even realize it was on. It's that i think m. f. is that way it's just so ubiquitous and we just kind of tolerate it and put up with it and it's invisible obviously we can't see it or hear it tasted smell it so it's really something you have. No idea. is there until it's gone and then there really is a different energy and we experienced this when we go out in the woods somewhere or something right were. Yeah wherever you go in. your cell. Phone doesn't work that feeling and to be able to have that feeling in your house is like oh my god incredible So to to back up a little bit so cool that you added the late as a source of emf that you guys added that to your testing and also remediation. I think that's really smart The next one just maybe briefly. Because there's a bunch of stuff. I want to cover about like how you actually test for it and fix it. But run us through the other types of m. f. to sure yes so you know. Obviously the big one that people talk about a lot is the wireless radiation Coming from your wifi router. They're smart meters. That are electrical meters. That are pulsing on your house supposedly measuring your electrical consumption aka spying on you and And then you know the cordless phones cellphone towers radio towers television towers. All all those things wireless. That's another thing we measure in. You know there's multiple meters that we have to in order to delineate what's going on coming from the inside of the house versus the outside of the house. You can't get one meter that measures both very accurately after have multiple meters to be able to understand what's coming from outside what's coming from inside house interacting with your body as an antenna that sort of thing. So that's that's one type. That's very common. That people think about mainly when they think about think about why fi in their phone and that sort of thing and this is also all of the. And i hate this term because it's so in vastly incorrect but smart appliances yard technology as i've started to shop for appliances. Go into ferguson's the place where you get appliances heerden. So what are you looking for. Like nothing smart. And they're like really but you can talk to your washing machine. Exactly if i'm talking to my washing machine who's listening you know. Yes that's the paranoid side of me but just because paranoid doesn't mean they're not after me But no in all seriousness. You know every refrigerator stove. They're all omitting radio. These ring doorbells. I mean it's like a smart home if you really like had the money to dial it in to me is it's like a cancer pit. It's just the worst thing you could ever do. Especially for small kids and pets and stuff. Who have you know a more fragile biology than a grown adult. That's already kind of us to be in bombarded. What are some of the other main offenders when it comes to. Rfid people are inva- voluntarily bringing into the house like baby monitors of like those you have baby monitors or a big one The security systems. You know a lot of the things are convenience items even sonos the sound system. Erdal you know. I know you have had one of those and you. I think you figure out a way to disable the wifi point but like and they also make it extremely hard to disabled thing smart. Tv's you you know we've be. Our basic recommendation is to just get a device that you can basically unplug it with the push of a button because there's no way to turn that setting off even if you have it wired with ethernet cable oh really so you have to turn the power off to most of the devices and now they're even creating wi fi routers where you can't log in turn off the wi fi. It looks like it's off but when you test it with a meter it's still blasted and and you call spectrum or or whatever company is out there whatever they call themselves and And they they say they maybe they can turn it off remotely. Well you know. Sometimes we've had customers who do that and they say okay it's off and then we're they're testing and like no it's not off the signal still. They're they're like well. It's by my screen is telling me that it's off and it all that may be. Maybe it's not transmitting data. But it's still transmitting this wifi signal. That still damaging to the human body. And we're still perceiving this as a stressor and so you you really have to have a meter or somebody who can verify that the things are turned off in your home. That's really important to be able to do that. We'll be right back at ya. After this brief but important announcement. I've been working on improving my sleep for the past twenty years. Yes that's true that's long. It's taken me to figure this thing out now. There have been many solutions. Along the way that have assisted in improving not only the quality but also duration of my sleep and one of the problems that i came upon early on in my research and experience was the issue with too much late in the room. Now you can get blackout curtains. Oftentimes they don't work well enough for some mutants to travel a lot. It's difficult to block out the light on demand. So i found this mask from a company called blue blocks. It's called their remedies sleep mask and it solves the problem of lately which equal poor sleep. 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I mean that was probably bad ass at the time right because everything 'cause then you can have your halo parties and your with their xbox like everything and all the different rooms we used to have a. Is there a friend who do that every saturday night. We'd we'd go there and we'd have halo lan parties like where you're you're playing video games all the different rooms and you have teams and everything but yeah. That was cool. I i still think it is cool. Maybe not come back. Yeah so. I was stoked to find that. But then i i guess i gotta get an av person in there that can get through that rats to wires but What i did in the i would run. Ethernet i think directly out of the router and then just turned the modem off to stop the wifi and then i would still have internet but not wifi is that do i have that right. The the modem and the router. I think you'd need the modem on to get the internet right and then you turn the wifi router right off. Yeah yes. That's what i. That's what i did at home. I just put the The route or portion of it on a timer and actually have it in an apartment now. Because some nights i i'm in bed and i'm like i forgot to turn off the router so now just goes off at eleven. Pm comes on at seven am. Yeah but I think that's something that people that aren't real techy get confused about. Is there like cool. I'll get rid of wifi. Whatever i can hardware my computer but it's understanding like which of those two devices which and then in a case like mine since there's seven rooms that have an ethernet port then you have to get like one of those little kind of junction boxes. I don't know what they're called but they have. You know ten ethernet plugs in them and then those would then go into the modem. Yeah right it would be a wired router or a switch right at wired. Routers that doesn't have the wireless kind of like a like an office computer networking setup a most right from day. Yeah yep Okay so the the rif. What do you think if someone okay if you're in your house and you just have to have wifi on when you're using your cell phone that's getting paying from multiple cell towers nearby so it's bringing in radiation into the house Already there but then you're also kind of your phone is omitting tremendous amount of of radiation. Is it better to just use your phone using wi fi and turn it in airplane mode if you want to have your phone near you and using it would that be like less overall radiation coming out of the device According to the equipment yes it would be but you also have to remember that Anything foreign is still going to stress and every individual is different in how they respond to these different frequencies as well so they're still even debate among a lot of emf researchers whether the intensity matters more than the frequency itself because there could be a really low frequency if it's the right frequency to cause biological harm to an individual it could affect that individual more than an intense frequent. See like just a few megahertz above that or or something like that so Intensity we all were always looking at that the intensity of the field but we're also looking at the frequency and the individual and it it still does damage no matter what but according to the meter. It's actually you know. I like if i have to be connected on my phone. I prefer to be connected to a wi fi network than depending on the data. Raise cell phone tower just because right. It's it's using more power to reach the tower like a few miles away. It's like you're saying versus a router. That's maybe one hundred feet or less away right. And i think you were telling me that when your phone has fewer bars that is actually worse because when i when i see my phone and has four bars i'm like oh my god i'm in such a shit load of. Emf right now but that's actually not as bad to have this right because your phone because there's a strong sell signal coming from a tower nearby. The phone doesn't have to work that hard and therefore does not emit as much radiation as it would with one bar where it's struggling to keep trying to connect right. Yeah you got that phone right next to you. It's got full bars. That's probably the best the best time to make a call or to to do work on the phone. Because you're not you have a full signal in your phone's not going to be working as hard to connect to the tower your batteries not gonna drain as much in that environment versus an environment where you hardly have any signal. Then your phone is going to be blasting a lot of signal but if you have full bars you also have to know that you're got probably surrounded by cellphone towers and if those are really close to you than they're they're definitely causing a problem you know so right It's it's like a loose situation in that talent. in that way. I mean the thing with this. And i noticed you like you're passionate about this but you also are kind of light hearted about it and i just want to say before i forget and i'll probably mention this when i record the intro later that i think that it's did double if not more harmful to be paranoid about. Emf around you that you can't do shit about really most of the time then to just like build an intelligent awareness and strategically over time start to make some lifestyle choices and give up a few of those little conveniences like being able to talk to your stove or something But i know that. I've verge on the side of neurosis with it because i have a trauma of acute exposure that you're aware of and i'm sure the audience is severe in about So when i see a cell tower my initial response is like oh my god brain cancer. You know like the first hot. And i'm like dry faster. Get past it. But then i realized okay now. I'm eliciting this. You know sympathetic. Nervous system fighter flight response probably just had a spike in adrenaline cortisol. Just because of that one minute thought so. It's like it's one of those things where i think we have to approach it with. What's the word like surrendered action ray. Where you you're relaxed about it and you just take logical steps whenever possible. But you can't be. I don't think if you really want to have health and vitality so relaxed you just put your head in the sand and pretend like this isn't a major issue either. That's what a lot of people do. they'll either put their head in the sand about it. Don't wanna hear about it or they'll you know they'll they'll think it's not an issue in just completely ignore it because the traditional science which apparently is always correct about everything science science we see on tv. And it's you know. Historically conventional wisdom has always been turned on its head. It seems like throughout history and with m. s. It's no different. You know the the doctor mccoll book. After which i helped consult on that book. He he goes through the history of the debate. The tobacco industry. And how like. It used to be healthy to smoke. Cigarettes and doctors were recommending. He saw those ads. Were doctors like i smoke marlborough or camel or whatever it is you know and And then later on almost no no well actually. They cause cancer you know. Well that's where we're at right now. I think with this whole. Ems topic is. We've gone too far. There's so much money so much more money in this than than in big pharma and big telecom In big tech than in big pharma than big tobacco it's it's like mind-blowing how much it's like trillions and trillions of dollars every year that are made in that industry and so there's a big special interest in in subverting a lot of the studies and the research on this topic but that hasn't stopped scientists from doing the research. We have people like doctor martin. Paul we have you know. The by initiative report like funders and thousands of journals that are showing biological action You know because of different electromagnetic frequencies and you know we've you tend to focus on the wireless but there's other things inside your house that are eliciting the same inflammatory response that we're not even thinking about and so you know we've we've we keep going back to that question. Okay list all the mess we've gotten through. I think what two of them were our hour and we've covered too so okay. That's a good q. Actually so so that our the radio frequencies the it's non ionizing radiation right. And that's all the wireless stuff that we're talking about. Yes so to give people a bit of a takeaway like make life a little less convenient and just get rid of as much of that stuff as you can. Put your wifi router on a timer. If you have to have it. I found something actually online. I put in the ems course documents In a link to that course. And hopefully this thing if i remember Found on e. It's just it's like a remote controlled. It turns off a power strip basically but they call it a wifi. Kill switch. Awesome like then. That's even better than having timer because one night. Maybe i go to bed at ten. And i'm you know i'm in that field for an extra hour because the timer was set for eleven or i sleep banner vice versa so i kinda like on your nightstand. Like boop turned off the router I have my my defender shield case on my phone so at least from holding the phone you know eighteen inches from my freak and brain and on speakerphone which i never put it next to my obviously Probably a noise a lot of people out in public but then again. I don't talk on the phone a lot. At least then the field coming straight at. My head is minimized right. I think it's like ninety nine percent. They're still radiation coming out of the back of it but if you face it toward yourself that's one more little thing you know. I have the Defender shield thing under my laptop. I have you know little tools that that make a little bit of a difference. So that i can still be in the world like a normal person. Yeah in its little habit. Changes like that. That are cumulative. It adds up over time if you're doing that every day for fifteen twenty years like using laptop without the defender's shield then you're exposing yourself to you know like like say you work on the laptop four hours a day. That's four hours where you've got that on on your body for fifteen years every every day is that going to have a biological effect. Maybe maybe not. But i mean what's what's the big deal about putting a little shield there to prevent something from happening you know actually like mine. It's re- it's much bigger than my thirteen inch mac book and so and it has a little It's really cool to new one. It has a little pole where the track pat is. But then it has covers for your wrist in your hands like the only time your fingers and hands are getting fried or the fingers on the keyboard and then when you're touching the mouse but like where your wrist or setting all shielded. It's pretty cool. And it's it's big and clunky but it makes a nice little kind of a lap stand for your laptop actually just even if it wasn't shielding i would use it because it's just more convenient in terms of just working around the house right. Yeah there was something else. I want to ask you before we move on from our f you talked about how shielding just one wall of a room could be problematic because of this ricochet effect right. We there's a cell phone tower. We know on the west side of this room. So we're gonna she'll the west side of the room but then we don't know that there's a bunch of neighbors wi fi routers and there's a smart meter coming from the neighbor's house and they just put up a new five g. Tower down the street on the east right. So it's going to come in and bounce around and ricochet and actually Exacerbate the problem. I've always wondered with m. f. shielded clothing if that's an issue like i wear my either like my lambs are my leila tech beanie when i sleep every night because it also works as an eye mask for light When i drive around downtown austin in the five g. cesspool it is I put on my. Mfa kaplan of driving around. It's just a habit. I'm not like being paranoid. Just sitting there and throw it on but i've always wondered in my lambs underwear wearing right now but i've always wondered if our f signals like say come in under my baseball cap that shielded and buying buying buying and get stuck in there and bounce around or do you think it's still better because it's at least not. It's kind of rick. Shane away from my body. Mostly do you have a theory or any testing on that. Yeah i've testing and some kind of series that i that i've bounced around bounced around ironically a lot But the i think really the main thing with emf clothing. I'm not so concerned about the ricocheting bouncing around inside. I don't think that happens too much But what i am concerned about. Is that when you're putting metal close to your body and how like the size of the shielded clothing can actually cause a resonance phenomenon to happen. And so if the frequencies you're being exposed to happen to be the same wavelength as the threads in your clothing than the clothing will start to resonate at a post frequency of frequency out a certain distance. And so it really depends on the environment where you'll see the net benefit of the shielded clothing. And that's why a lot of people who are elector hypersensitive Some some will be like a half to use my shielded clothing. It works when i go to the store. When a go this place and then others will be like you know what. I can't wear it because it makes me feel sick and it's totally. That tells me that it's totally dependent upon the environment. That the person's in not necessarily that it's good or bad. It's just that you know the the clothing or whatever it is. You're using if if the if it's environment where there's a where there's like. A fm radio station is is the big big one that has an effect on shielded clothing then that's gonna make it resonates sometimes as much as a foot to two feet out with resonance phenomenon when you're wearing clod nuance so annoying. Like the physics of this stuff is really irritating so okay so say you've got a great product like lambs who i don't think they haven't in a while but they ran some ads on my show. I literally where their underwear every day. I'm happy to promote them. And i looked at their testing before promoted them. Like all right. Have you guys taken this into lab and a fair day cage. Like tested for real. What percentage of our f- does it blog. It's ninety nine point nine. Nine percent of our f- great cool. I've seen the lab reports the whole thing Same with the leila tech. They make the hat. And the t shirt and i said when they reached out to me or i was introduced. I said world. Send me your lab results. Like what's the percentage of blocking the cetera So you think when you hear something like that. I'm good to go 'cause like you could put your cell phone inside my underwear and call it. It won't work like it's blocked technically. That's what you want. But you're saying is there are other other waves of frequencies that would then hit the metallic material and act as an antenna in the same way. When i was a little kid in the seventies if your tv wasn't getting reception you would like at big pieces of tin foil to the antenna to create more surface area of metal. Yeah to bring in that. Rif or even bring your hand close to the antenna year. -ception would start to get better. That's because your body has act like an antenna in it's resonating with those frequencies and and Transmitting retransmitting the frequency out a certain distance. And so as your hand got closer. It was actually retransmitting. Moorefield strength toward the metallic antenna Wow and so were. Our bodies are walking. Antennas walking around around everywhere. And i think it's really important for us to understand when we're looking at Emf shielding devices or a lotta claims that people are making when they're out there A lot of the testings done in a lab and it and it needs to be done that way. that's one baseline one way that we can study. How effective something is. But we don't live in a faraday cage we don't live in a lab we have all these frequencies that are going in all different directions interacting with one another. And so that's just something important to be thinking about you know and and probably wearing shield clothing in a low. Emf environment is probably a net benefit. Especially if you have your own device that's it's blocking the bulk of that frequency close to your body right right so like if you're a guy and you have know a cell phone in your pocket and you have to leave it off airplane mode because it's an emergency call situation Then the radiation coming from that phone on your yards is going to be protected because there's a layer of that metallic shielding fabric in between your phone and said cards right. Or if you're going to your friend's house and and they're you know you know you know that every time you go there you start to feel sick because their wifi routers right next to the couch. And then you wear your. What's that no choice. Yes i've forgotten to give them a shout out. Thank you. I was onto the you know the things i'm wearing right now. Yes yeah that's probably a better thing than sitting next to the wifi router the whole time or you know whatever so right it becomes important to be able to measure it in. Take some kind of Our meter with you when you're traveling to understand okay. Is this type of environment. Where i should wear the clothing or is it going to actually cause more problems and usually you know you. Can you know most of us now have routines where we know where we go throughout the week. You know and when we're traveling maybe it's gonna be better to be fully shielded in something like that. Because of the frequencies right i saw i saw you using using that full body suit and also greenfield doing it. Oh really oh in. His travels on the airplane. I think that's a great time to do it when you're traveling on an airplane and different things because people's phones are all around. You got like like hundreds of phones sis arbor. Everyone's on their phone. Nobody's looking at each other anymore. They're just gross. And what their mask on. And they're looking at this blue screen you know over there for and so you know you've got all of this stuff going on and you know to block all of that. I mean the towers are kind of pretty far away from the airport. So as to not interfere with the the radar and the radar from the plains is actually not doesn't resonate very much with with the clothing and that sort of thing. So i think traveling with it actually makes good. I'm glad because the no choice thing that you're describing for those listening Is a metallic hoodie. That that zips up all the way over your face leg literally your faces covered but you can still see through it. I mean you couldn't read a book but you can walk around. And that's what i use when i travel when they bust chops about wearing a mask on like they want they don't even ask me. I go through with my ticket to get on the plane and you look at look at me. Like an alien. Just walked up in there. So dumbfounded by the weirdness of it that they don't even like hassle me whereas if i had a bandanna on Sure you need a surgical mask for a ninety nine percent. Survival rate thing that isn't even real but anyway i have nothing on and And people are just totally dismayed and they just don't say anything. I keep waiting to get on a plane with that and having them be like. That's not a good enough mask but my suspicion is that they think i'm super paranoid and it's like an ultra mask. I don't. I'm not worried at all about a virus at all at all of any type Because they're just natural and it's just part of being human in. There's something called an immune system. But if i have that thing on it i think they think that i'm like following the rules. Extra good you and even in the plane like all zip it down to look at my phone or something for a minute or eat some food and then i put it back up and actually wanna wear the no choice Full head hoodie thing. It's just hilarious. Yeah with some of the stuff you you just have to have fun with it. Otherwise it becomes too depressing Okay that's really good information about all of that so you're not you don't personally wear any shielded clothing. I've noticed at least i haven't seen her underwear but you wanna see no when the cameras are. Yeah no. I don't personally i've had a lot of people. Send me stuff to try out. And i test it and Typically you know the place where i live. I don't need to. I mean. I do quite a bit of traveling in i. You know i probably will end up. You know some day. End up testing things and coming up with the idea. Layering that i that i want but for now i just kind of feel like without testing it. I just just needed Continued to live normally. Wear anything special just in case you something because that antenna affect really does is something that i have measured in a. I don't feel completely comfortable with recommending shielded clothing at this point personally but i can see you know. I can see the testing that i've done and the environment that i've Taken all equipment to tested with pieces of shielding fabric which is basically what she'll clothing is right. Yeah so we recommend shielding fabric for windows curtains and now we have a seamstress that both these custom canopies for our customers or those canopies commercially available. Now i remember you were working on that. We're still working on Getting a place where we can ramp up production. Okay but right. Now we're only offer them to customers who've had a full house okay and that's a canopy that in lieu of shielding your whole bedroom. You would just put this shielding fabric canopy over your head and right like a faraday bed basically and so. We've got this organic cotton and silver shielding fabric. It's only organic shooting fabric. That i think is on the market right now actually but That's what we used to make the the bed. Canopy in the in curtains for for our customers Is that the same fabric that you sent me a couple years back that i was. Yeah yeah that one. The one i sent you was before it was organic source like a got certified organic cop sweet. Yeah that fabric is actually really nice to it. Looks kind of like a gauze like it would be great sheer curtain for people. Imagine just on its own. You would never even know and it's also very thin so it's easy to have sewn onto like a backing of a thicker fabric that you do in the case of sewing it onto your existing curtains or something right. Yeah and we have a sheer one now. We also have a more opaque version of call as well. That's a little bit. Higher shielding effectiveness cool. Okay awesome Let's see here how we doing time. I hopefully good. I think we have some kind of a time limit here today. But i guess i'll find out when they bust on the door and turn off the mics Okay so that's a pretty good dive on. Rf on the light Let's briefly talk about electric fields. Andrew trysofi in there and then magnetic fields sure. Yeah so electric fields or something that a lot of people don't think about when it comes to electromagnetic frequencies and fields Because you're just thinking about wifi. What's traveling through the area. Your phone that sort of thing but as you know there's all there's wiring and everyone's house and are these. Electric fields is voltage. Is that come off of the walls. Because all of our homes are made with the wiring that is romance and its unshielded wiring and so the walls have minerals in them and semiconductor materials in the paint and the voltage will spread throughout the entire like florida's.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"When it comes to Choosing to not have wifi. Which i'm going to do. Is you know. Thank god. This house was built in two thousand one. So it's all wired for ethernet in every room was like god. Thank god these guys. Were forward thinkers. I mean that was probably bad ass at the time right because everything 'cause then you can have your halo parties and your with their xbox like everything and all the different rooms we used to have a. Is there a friend who do that every saturday night. We'd we'd go there and we'd have halo lan parties like where you're you're playing video games all the different rooms and you have teams and everything but yeah. That was cool. I i still think it is cool. Maybe not come back. Yeah so. I was stoked to find that. But then i i guess i gotta get an av person in there that can get through that rats to wires but What i did in the i would run. Ethernet i think directly out of the router and then just turned the modem off to stop the wifi and then i would still have internet but not wifi is that do i have that right. The the modem and the router. I think you'd need the modem on to get the internet right and then you turn the wifi router right off. Yeah yes. That's what i. That's what i did at home. I just put the The route or portion of it on a timer and actually have it in an apartment now. Because some nights i i'm in bed and i'm like i forgot to turn off the router so now just goes off at eleven. Pm comes on at seven am. Yeah but I think that's something that people that aren't real techy get confused about. Is there like cool. I'll get rid of wifi. Whatever i can hardware my computer but it's understanding like which of those two devices which and then in a case like mine since there's seven rooms that have an ethernet port then you have to get like one of those little kind of junction boxes. I don't know what they're called but they have. You know ten ethernet plugs in them and then those would then go into the modem. Yeah right it would be a wired router or a switch right at wired. Routers that doesn't have the wireless kind of like a like an office computer networking setup a most right from day. Yeah yep Okay so the the rif. What do you think if someone okay if you're in your house and you just have to have wifi on when you're using your cell phone that's getting paying from multiple cell towers nearby so it's bringing in radiation into the house Already there but then you're also kind of your phone is omitting tremendous amount of of radiation. Is it better to just use your phone using wi fi and turn it in airplane mode if you want to have your phone near you and using it would that be like less overall radiation coming out of the device According to the equipment yes it would be but you also have to remember that Anything foreign is still going to stress and every individual is different in how they respond to these different frequencies as well so they're still even debate among a lot of emf researchers whether the intensity matters more than the frequency itself because there could be a really low frequency if it's the right frequency to cause biological harm to an individual it could affect that individual more than an intense frequent. See like just a few megahertz above that or or something like that so Intensity we all were always looking at that the intensity of the field but we're also looking at the frequency and the individual and it it still does damage no matter what but according to the meter. It's actually you know. I like if i have to be connected on my phone. I prefer to be connected to a wi fi network than depending on the data. Raise cell phone tower just because right. It's it's using more power to reach the tower like a few miles away. It's like you're saying versus a router. That's maybe one hundred feet or less away right. And i think you were telling me that when your phone has fewer bars that is actually worse because when i when i see my phone and has four bars i'm like oh my god i'm in such a shit load of. Emf right now but that's actually not as bad to have this right because your phone because there's a strong sell signal coming from a tower nearby. The phone doesn't have to work that hard and therefore does not emit as much radiation as it would with one bar where it's struggling to keep trying to connect right. Yeah you got that phone right next to you. It's got full bars. That's probably the best the best time to make a call or to to do work on the phone. Because you're not you have a full signal in your phone's not going to be working as hard to connect to the tower your batteries not gonna drain as much in that environment versus an environment where you hardly have any signal. Then your phone is going to be blasting a lot of signal but if you have full bars you also have to know that you're got probably surrounded by cellphone towers and if those are really close to you than they're they're definitely causing a problem you know so right It's it's like a loose situation in that talent. in that way. I mean the thing with this. And i noticed you like you're passionate about this but you also are kind of light hearted about it and i just want to say before i forget and i'll probably mention this when i record the intro later that i think that it's did double if not more harmful to be paranoid about. Emf around you that you can't do shit about really most of the time then to just like build an intelligent awareness and strategically over time start to make some lifestyle choices and give up a few of those little conveniences like being able to talk to your stove or something But i know that. I've verge on the side of neurosis with it because i have a trauma of acute exposure that you're aware of and i'm sure the audience is severe in about So when i see a cell tower my initial response is like oh my god brain cancer. You know like the first hot. And i'm like dry faster. Get past it. But then i realized okay now. I'm eliciting this. You know sympathetic. Nervous system fighter flight response probably just had a spike in adrenaline cortisol. Just because of that one minute thought so. It's like it's one of those things where i think we have to approach it with. What's the word like surrendered action ray. Where you you're relaxed about it and you just take logical steps whenever possible. But you can't be. I don't think if you really want to have health and vitality so relaxed you just put your head in the sand and pretend like this.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

22:03 min | 5 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Anywhere around. And it's literally like you at that speed. You were in a discotheque like you have no idea but your nervous system does because it's trying to like think of your irs. Right it's automatically adjusting to changes in light and it happens in an imperceptible way because usually the changes or slow rate. You go from here to outside. That's brighter so they're gonna shrink your but i'm imagining that when that flickers happening your eiser fast enough to track it is just. You can't perceive that they're doing it so fast enough rate so there but the eyes are still going to that that that trying to adjust to that you just imagine how exhausting that is crazy and you know it's interesting you say that because in my work as nutritional therapy practitioner one of the functional tests that we do is called the pupil airy response test. And you take a flashlight in dark room in. Shine it at the person pupil and you see it dilate. And if the person's pupil starts to Starts to pulse. Then it's a sign of adrenal fatigue and so one theory that i have about how artificial light is very damaging to us is that it's taxing on the adrenals because your eye and how it it's it's connected to your hypothyroidism to itary in your brain and it's constantly getting information from the environment and if it is always getting this flickering information from the environment it's a it actually gets fatigued and tired. And the the flicker of the light is a stress response and Ancestrally it is the only time we give flickering light in that amount of pulse. Ations would be when we're running through something and there's light coming through trees or some other type of or like a lightning storm where there's lightning all around and usually when there's lightning all around you flashes. You know. People are scared in thunderstorms. You're you've been in la for a long time while you're going to experiment experience some really intense thunderstorms here in texas. You know And you know it's it's scary. I mean children are innately scared. My kids they get scared when there's thunder and lightning outside and they wanna they wanna cuddle. They will they wanna they. Don't wanna be outside. You know we want but be like a look outside and and see the cool lightning but there's something that's that's scary about the flashing light in the loud sounds and everything and so you know innately. Our bodies don't want us have those strong flashes those poll stations. it's more like the sun rises slowly and then falls slowly and there's a gradual change in the spectrum in a constant source of beaming of light from dawn-to-dusk and everything in nature is very gradual. Like that in our bodies are used to that gradual response of everything. And that's why our our cortisol and our melatonin don't just spike up and go down unless we have something some artificial input. That makes it do that. Because it's usually following the pattern with the sun. You know the cortisol goes up during the day and then goes down in. The melatonin goes up at night when the light goes away. And so we have a much more gradual response in nature versus we can just flip on a light and all of a sudden boom. It's there and then you're you. Halt that melatonin production. You have a stress response. The cortisol goes up. And then you don't sleep as well that night or takes a lot longer to fall asleep. And i'm sure you've experienced that. Oh my god yeah. It's it's undeniable especially after a few years of having only you know amber colored bulbs in the house at night and using the various blockers and things like that. i mean. now we're in this apartment that we're renting and actually travel with incandescent light bulbs just the first thing i do in any hotel airbnb. I mean it's it's not but it's just it's like once you get used to warm non-flickering light the other. Those those really bright white aka blue led lights like hurts me. Yeah i can't stand us. The first thing of this apartment was growing. Switch them all out but there are a couple of the ones are there like built into the fixture and you can't change your yeah so Being you know having some ingenuity and me i i went on amazon and i bought some of those Gels like those amber colored gels like in the refrigerator apart and all the ones that are unchangeable and just put a film over them. While i'm in there it's a it's a journey but it really does little things do add up and I think it's really cool that you added the light. Peace to your work because you had just started. I think you had. You're one of the first little meters you had that. Tested the the flicker rate and the temperature of the light. And i feel like you had a more sophisticated one this time. Yeah and that's kind of become part of your enough protocol. Then yeah so we you know we had general recommendations like most people do in the biohacking community about a blue light and everything but Not not many people. Were talking. About flicker until i started testing it like three or four years ago and and now like every like a lot. More people are talking about flicker since we started testing that people's houses and then people go on the forums and all the different directions. And ask questions about flicker and then it becomes something more prominent in the community in our wellness community to talk about and so what we like to make the assessments that we do as experiential as possible and light is a really great way to convince people were skeptical that that ems problem or or caused biological harm or effective physiologically in any way. Because it's something you can see. It's something that we you can show them on on a meter. What an led looks like versus a fluorescent light. And you can ask people questions about. Have you ever heard about somebody getting headaches being under fluorescent lights or being working in an office all day under the really bright cool blue lights and most people have personal experience or they could say yeah. You know. i don't feel good. I get headaches. When i'm under that or is get tired or whatever and you know. There's even. Harvard studies that talk about blue light being problematic for You know not getting adequate sleep. And and lowering your melatonin production at night so could point to all those studies. Light is much more accepted Type of ems where it has a a non thermal and non ionizing physiological effect on the body. And that's the type of electromagnetic frequency and if you can get people to understand that it doesn't have to be a thermal Affect that damages the body and it doesn't have to be an ionizing effect that can that can damage the body or cause a you know. Abnormal physio physiological response. Then would it be possible that an electric field could do that. Which is another type of. Emf we test for from all the wiring in the walls. Would it be possible that a magnetic field could have a biological response on the body. Since your body is full of minerals that all have a relationship with magnetism were there either. Aligning with the magnetic field or disciplining from it and if every mineral in your body has a relationship with magnetism could it be possible that these pulsating magnetic fields that are pulsing a sixty hertz are affecting your cells and causing them to be to abnormally respond. When you're around those types of fields and most people you just think about it from that perspective and like yeah well if we've never had those before of course that can that can be affecting the body if all the minerals inside of us. I mean we have iron in our blood and you can actually. If you have strong enough magnet you can move blood around with a magnet and and you know when you think about it like that. It's like of course that can have physiological response if you're moving blood around and you know there's there's a lot of studies in the indian tradition that talk about the direction of your head. That's something we were talking about it at your space. To as when your head is facing south or east you're less likely for the for the iron and the medals in your body to accumulate in the head but if you're facing north or west. It's more likely for that to happen. Because the magnetism of of the of the earth is going in a certain direction and there's iron or other metals that can accumulate in your head if you have your head facing bombed about as told you the other day because of the layout of my room is perfectly situated for the bed to be at the north. I'm just like god. I had it all planned out. Where the furniture is gonna go. I don't know. I'm like i'm almost willing to take the hit just for aesthetics and the famous wave flow of like how you can easily get to the bed from both sides but yeah things like that are so subtle and i think in many ways i lost our in our culture and we think of these things is is just some superstition. As part of the chinese medicine system or veda or finish way and it's like If if these things were around for thousands of years and they had no effect on people's lives they wouldn't have lasted because think about all of the things that were just empty superstition. That have gone by the wayside because people noticed i dunno. It doesn't really make a difference. Yup so there's gotta be unfortunately for me something to it So with the late another interesting thing about the light. In addition to the flicked or flicker and the spectrum of color in the light is the placement of where the light is emanating from. And i never thought about this until i interviewed Alexander wound choose. Maybe the foremost experts on all light all things late in the world. Forget the episode number will put it in the show notes but he was explaining to me. How horrible it is to have like those can lights on the ceiling directly above you. And what's who cares like lights light as long as it's not flickering and it's the right temperature for the right time of day and he said no. The reason why it goes back to that ancestral piece is that there's maybe like one day a year where the sun is directly overhead. And it's only there for thirty minutes or something right like natural late meaning sunlight. It's only natural. Etiquettes beside star lightermen like The the it never existed nature. That is like right above your head so you know. I don't know what that does to you but again going back to How can we try to recreate natural environment. Dot would be something to is like the placement of those lights the placement of the lights and that was something that you know. I had thought about when you talk to me about that the other day. But that's such a good point and then one one thing that i've discovered with testing with the new light meter that we have. Which is it goes from. Three eighty nanometers. All the way up to one thousand fifty nanometers. So we get into the near infrared range and we go all the way down to like basically the top of the uv range. So you can see kind of something has you or not and But with with those lights went one thing that's interesting. Is you know what you paint your walls. What color you paint. Your walls also has an effect if you're a reflecting If you have artificial lights in your house and you have yellow walls. That yellow is actually going to filter out a lot of the blue light that is reflecting off of the wall itself Interesting so like so like you know. There's this whole kind of untapped. Maybe it's an art of. How do we create a more ancestral home. Something that matches outside more bringing in pallets that you see outside and bringing them inside and seasonality and everything so the paint on your walls can have a huge effect on your circadian rhythm as well because it's come through the lights reflecting off of a white wall for instance you know white walls. I actually liked because if you have a lot of windows you're bringing in that natural light in its in its reflecting away reflecting around the room all of the natural light and You know but then also black is nice in in places where you don't want a lot of life and We were talking. We were joking around at the beginning About the shielded room and how. It's like this like pitch black paint. There's actually a video on youtube of this guy who paints a room with like the darkest paint The darkest paint that's available and you go in there and he has a light bulb in there before he paints it and you can see everything but then you like. He has one life in there. And everything's painted black and And then as soon as you cover up the the light bulb with with anything. The whole room is dark because the black is just absorbing all the light. It's like this really bizarre experiment that he did and he did another another video where he painted it. All like the brightest white pillar and it was totally different. So it's it's interesting just just going and watching those videos to understand a little more about how light works. We think that we know a lot about it. But when you start to do these experiments and and ask questions like what is the natural spectrum outside and you can look at it and see it with a meter and then try to match inside you just realize how far off we are from from nature. You know there's nothing that's ever going to replace going outside and getting that type of late versus going inside but we try on these assessments to recommend the right types of bulbs for people so that they can. More closely mimic. What's outside now. I haven't gotten to the lighting in my place yet. 'cause there's places all torn apart but what are your current recommendations in terms of light bulbs i just use the thank god. You combine them in texas because it's a little less communist than california but because you can't buy incandescent bulbs they're on amazon. Sorry we don't ship to california figures God bless california but good riddance for that one So here. I ordered a ton of them but so in my house and i i suspect they have a little bit of green in them. I mean they're not like red color orange color. They're just mike. You know amber colored glass with an incandescent. And i just have those everywhere. And then in certain cases all use like a red incandescent bulb on a couple of lamps or something. When i know it's going to be really late at night. And i i don't want like any bluer. Any green In terms of flicker in color spectrum. Are there any innovations as anyone. Come up with like better lighting than that. Well there's actually quite a few Led bulbs that we do recommend and the ones that we recommend our flicker free they have. What's called a constant current driver in them and so there's one brand that they do sell on amazon called sunlight s. u. n. l. t. in their non-deductible orange yellow or red bulbs and they're they're led so they don't have the full spectrum of infrared. But you know at night. You don't really need your your Your full spectrum. Near-infrared therapy if you're just trying to block blue light and have some kind of light seeking get around and function a little bit before you go to bed so those are about like twenty to thirty nanometers wide but it starts off at. I think around six thirty nanometers and goes to like six fifty somewhere around there. So it's a little bit wider of a red light than like a photo by modulation device and led based photo. My bio modulation advice would be but it's It's blocking out all the blue. And so i like those actually when i travel because then you don't have to worry about the glass breaking on the incandescent bulbs yes. I've had issues with that. I've swept up quite a few hotel rooms. After dropping my bulbs trying to change the mouth. It really sucks when that happens when you just arrived in the room. And i'm like okay. I'm gonna get while we're while. I'm still awake after that arduous flight. I'm going to get all the lighting dialed in. And then i'm tired and then i'm like okay now. I have to look for shards of glass for the next two hours. Yeah yeah that's that's something. I ran into as well and and but pretty quickly i realized. Also that the incandescent bulbs they'll get really hot and you want them to be hot. So that the film it heats up. And it doesn't flicker as much but some some of these lower wattage bulbs that they sell that you that you can get even like orange colored ones or whatever the spectrum might be good but they actually flicker more. 'cause they're only like sixty watts or twenty five watts or whatever and on the on the we have one flicker meter that we use where you can actually hear the sound and it sounds about like a sixty hertz flicker so Right so it's the film. It does get hot enough in it. Cools down in between those pulses sixty. Hertz pulses wow. That's interesting so. I thought the incandescent bulbs like i'm good on the blue light. And the flicker. But they can still flicker Yeah they still. They still flicker. We recommend a hundred watts. Or more for any bulbs that you're going to be using or kind and that does make a brighter so usually we only recommending decibel during the daytime. Unless you're using something like the photon Bob that's two hundred fifty watts in. It's just it's got all the The blue light filtered out with the red stained glass. And then that's kind of like a portable fire that you can just plug into the wall. I love she'll asana space lights. I have one in our apartment right now. Just one of the little single lights. And i just keep it in the kitchen. And that's like my night late. And i'll just give myself a little red light therapy and it feels like you're just sitting at the beach. It some light. I frigging love. Those things okay. Well there's so much i want to cover. I don't wanna get off in the weeds too. Much here Okay so they do. Have these Flicker free orange and red. Led bulbs available now. What would you recommend for someone like myself. That has a bunch of these ceiling. Can lights put in. And that's what the lights which is go to you know if you want to fill the space if you found anything useful for those. I haven't got a very recommendation for that right now. The only floodlight i think. That's yeah can i. Yeah yeah the only daytime bulbs that were recommending right now. Arthis film grade Slicker free bulbs that are they are. Led's but They're they're called wave. Form lighting gotta wave form lighting dot com and actually don't delivered a california either. I think it's because of prop sixty five or some value. I mean i'm sure there's some not good reason for the various as an excuse to make our lives crappy. But one of my guys lives in in burbank. And he can't get him he's like can you send me loan as i don't want to get in trouble from california. So it's like you have to deliver them to err my friend in arizona and then they cross have email. Camp by there is Bike ozone generators like air filters that use ozone. Oh gosh yeah. Because i wanted to get one for my car and i went on to put it my car and is like aunt your block. So don't tell anyone amazon or legislation in california but i just shipped to my dad's and then he shipped to me So now i have oscillated kind of filtered air in the car So those are those are a good option for daytime lighting. When you actually do want bright light that keeps you awake and right. Yeah and what we would recommend his. You know between ten and two. Pm you can use those. I call task. Lighting really need some some bright light and you need to know what the colors are so a high cri a color rendering index light that Is flicker free you know. That's what those way form bulbs are and they also have this. They have under cabinet. Lighting and flicker free dimmers that can that can go with those as well and then we're looking into a few other companies that have circadian lighting but a lot of the companies that have circadian lighting have problems with flicker in and of themselves even if they're running off of dc so We're looking at some low voltage lighting systems right now and and trying to come up with a recommendation. I'm going to be actually assessing some of those Products and a demo kitten a few weeks. Here keep us posted on that. Yeah yeah for sure. That would be awesome The other thing is i used to think that like natural lighting was when you have a lot of windows in your house in your indoors. Would you explain what happens to light as it comes through glass. That makes it not natural anymore. Yeah sure so. Glass filters The light it filters out the uv felt out a lot of glass actually filters out the near-infrared wavelengths and you can measure this with a meter just by measuring through screen versus through the glass and ironically a lot of the the glass also box electromagnetic frequencies From like the wireless frequencies and everything as well because it's got a silver coating on it. So i didn't tell you this so surprise. There's a few windows in your bedroom that have low Glass in them and we want to use the shielding over real or curtains on them really. Yeah wow those frontlines right next to the door the door. Yeah it goes out to the pool. It it has. It.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

23:07 min | 5 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Looking at several different things with artificial. We're looking at the spectrum. The flicker and the intensity of the light and all of those things are important because all those things can cause physiological reactions in the body the spectrum can cause you to produce the the hormone at the time of day and that's where a lot of your listeners are are very very familiar with circadian biology and wearing the blue blockers and and You know not looking at screens before bed and that sort of thing. So there's a spectrum. But then there's also the flicker and that's what a lot of people don't don't get because the flicker can't does cause physiological stress responses to neurological stressor to the brain. Even if you can't perceive the flicker by just looking at a light and telling you if it flickers you can actually take slow motion. Video of a light flicker. It's crazy if you go outdoors in a city. I used to do this in l. a. And just make a slow mo video and just film like all of the street lies all of the neon lights. The store light ages any seionage anywhere around. And it's literally like you at that speed. You were in a discotheque like you have no idea but your nervous system does because it's trying to like think of your irs. Right it's automatically adjusting to changes in light and it happens in an imperceptible way because usually the changes or slow rate. You go from here to outside. That's brighter so they're gonna shrink your but i'm imagining that when that flickers happening your eiser fast enough to track it is just. You can't perceive that they're doing it so fast enough rate so there but the eyes are still going to that that that trying to adjust to that you just imagine how exhausting that is crazy and you know it's interesting you say that because in my work as nutritional therapy practitioner one of the functional tests that we do is called the pupil airy response test. And you take a flashlight in dark room in. Shine it at the person pupil and you see it dilate. And if the person's pupil starts to Starts to pulse. Then it's a sign of adrenal fatigue and so one theory that i have about how artificial light is very damaging to us is that it's taxing on the adrenals because your eye and how it it's it's connected to your hypothyroidism to itary in your brain and it's constantly getting information from the environment and if it is always getting this flickering information from the environment it's a it actually gets fatigued and tired. And the the flicker of the light is a stress response and Ancestrally it is the only time we give flickering light in that amount of pulse. Ations would be when we're running through something and there's light coming through trees or some other type of or like a lightning storm where there's lightning all around and usually when there's lightning all around you flashes. You know. People are scared in thunderstorms. You're you've been in la for a long time while you're going to experiment experience some really intense thunderstorms here in texas. You know And you know it's it's scary. I mean children are innately scared. My kids they get scared when there's thunder and lightning outside and they wanna they wanna cuddle. They will they wanna they. Don't wanna be outside. You know we want but be like a look outside and and see the cool lightning but there's something that's that's scary about the flashing light in the loud sounds and everything and so you know innately. Our bodies don't want us have those strong flashes those poll stations. it's more like the sun rises slowly and then falls slowly and there's a gradual change in the spectrum in a constant source of beaming of light from dawn-to-dusk and everything in nature is very gradual. Like that in our bodies are used to that gradual response of everything. And that's why our our cortisol and our melatonin don't just spike up and go down unless we have something some artificial input. That makes it do that. Because it's usually following the pattern with the sun. You know the cortisol goes up during the day and then goes down in. The melatonin goes up at night when the light goes away. And so we have a much more gradual response in nature versus we can just flip on a light and all of a sudden boom. It's there and then you're you. Halt that melatonin production. You have a stress response. The cortisol goes up. And then you don't sleep as well that night or takes a lot longer to fall asleep. And i'm sure you've experienced that. Oh my god yeah. It's it's undeniable especially after a few years of having only you know amber colored bulbs in the house at night and using the various blockers and things like that. i mean. now we're in this apartment that we're renting and actually travel with incandescent light bulbs just the first thing i do in any hotel airbnb. I mean it's it's not but it's just it's like once you get used to warm non-flickering light the other. Those those really bright white aka blue led lights like hurts me. Yeah i can't stand us. The first thing of this apartment was growing. Switch them all out but there are a couple of the ones are there like built into the fixture and you can't change your yeah so Being you know having some ingenuity and me i i went on amazon and i bought some of those Gels like those amber colored gels like in the refrigerator apart and all the ones that are unchangeable and just put a film over them. While i'm in there it's a it's a journey but it really does little things do add up and I think it's really cool that you added the light. Peace to your work because you had just started. I think you had. You're one of the first little meters you had that. Tested the the flicker rate and the temperature of the light. And i feel like you had a more sophisticated one this time. Yeah and that's kind of become part of your enough protocol. Then yeah so we you know we had general recommendations like most people do in the biohacking community about a blue light and everything but Not not many people. Were talking. About flicker until i started testing it like three or four years ago and and now like every like a lot. More people are talking about flicker since we started testing that people's houses and then people go on the forums and all the different directions. And ask questions about flicker and then it becomes something more prominent in the community in our wellness community to talk about and so what we like to make the assessments that we do as experiential as possible and light is a really great way to convince people were skeptical that that ems problem or or caused biological harm or effective physiologically in any way. Because it's something you can see. It's something that we you can show them on on a meter. What an led looks like versus a fluorescent light. And you can ask people questions about. Have you ever heard about somebody getting headaches being under fluorescent lights or being working in an office all day under the really bright cool blue lights and most people have personal experience or they could say yeah. You know. i don't feel good. I get headaches. When i'm under that or is get tired or whatever and you know. There's even. Harvard studies that talk about blue light being problematic for You know not getting adequate sleep. And and lowering your melatonin production at night so could point to all those studies. Light is much more accepted Type of ems where it has a a non thermal and non ionizing physiological effect on the body. And that's the type of electromagnetic frequency and if you can get people to understand that it doesn't have to be a thermal Affect that damages the body and it doesn't have to be an ionizing effect that can that can damage the body or cause a you know. Abnormal physio physiological response. Then would it be possible that an electric field could do that. Which is another type of. Emf we test for from all the wiring in the walls. Would it be possible that a magnetic field could have a biological response on the body. Since your body is full of minerals that all have a relationship with magnetism were there either. Aligning with the magnetic field or disciplining from it and if every mineral in your body has a relationship with magnetism could it be possible that these pulsating magnetic fields that are pulsing a sixty hertz are affecting your cells and causing them to be to abnormally respond. When you're around those types of fields and most people you just think about it from that perspective and like yeah well if we've never had those before of course that can that can be affecting the body if all the minerals inside of us. I mean we have iron in our blood and you can actually. If you have strong enough magnet you can move blood around with a magnet and and you know when you think about it like that. It's like of course that can have physiological response if you're moving blood around and you know there's there's a lot of studies in the indian tradition that talk about the direction of your head. That's something we were talking about it at your space. To as when your head is facing south or east you're less likely for the for the iron and the medals in your body to accumulate in the head but if you're facing north or west. It's more likely for that to happen. Because the magnetism of of the of the earth is going in a certain direction and there's iron or other metals that can accumulate in your head if you have your head facing bombed about as told you the other day because of the layout of my room is perfectly situated for the bed to be at the north. I'm just like god. I had it all planned out. Where the furniture is gonna go. I don't know. I'm like i'm almost willing to take the hit just for aesthetics and the famous wave flow of like how you can easily get to the bed from both sides but yeah things like that are so subtle and i think in many ways i lost our in our culture and we think of these things is is just some superstition. As part of the chinese medicine system or veda or finish way and it's like If if these things were around for thousands of years and they had no effect on people's lives they wouldn't have lasted because think about all of the things that were just empty superstition. That have gone by the wayside because people noticed i dunno. It doesn't really make a difference. Yup so there's gotta be unfortunately for me something to it So with the late another interesting thing about the light. In addition to the flicked or flicker and the spectrum of color in the light is the placement of where the light is emanating from. And i never thought about this until i interviewed Alexander wound choose. Maybe the foremost experts on all light all things late in the world. Forget the episode number will put it in the show notes but he was explaining to me. How horrible it is to have like those can lights on the ceiling directly above you. And what's who cares like lights light as long as it's not flickering and it's the right temperature for the right time of day and he said no. The reason why it goes back to that ancestral piece is that there's maybe like one day a year where the sun is directly overhead. And it's only there for thirty minutes or something right like natural late meaning sunlight. It's only natural. Etiquettes beside star lightermen like The the it never existed nature. That is like right above your head so you know. I don't know what that does to you but again going back to How can we try to recreate natural environment. Dot would be something to is like the placement of those lights the placement of the lights and that was something that you know. I had thought about when you talk to me about that the other day. But that's such a good point and then one one thing that i've discovered with testing with the new light meter that we have. Which is it goes from. Three eighty nanometers. All the way up to one thousand fifty nanometers. So we get into the near infrared range and we go all the way down to like basically the top of the uv range. So you can see kind of something has you or not and But with with those lights went one thing that's interesting. Is you know what you paint your walls. What color you paint. Your walls also has an effect if you're a reflecting If you have artificial lights in your house and you have yellow walls. That yellow is actually going to filter out a lot of the blue light that is reflecting off of the wall itself Interesting so like so like you know. There's this whole kind of untapped. Maybe it's an art of. How do we create a more ancestral home. Something that matches outside more bringing in pallets that you see outside and bringing them inside and seasonality and everything so the paint on your walls can have a huge effect on your circadian rhythm as well because it's come through the lights reflecting off of a white wall for instance you know white walls. I actually liked because if you have a lot of windows you're bringing in that natural light in its in its reflecting away reflecting around the room all of the natural light and You know but then also black is nice in in places where you don't want a lot of life and We were talking. We were joking around at the beginning About the shielded room and how. It's like this like pitch black paint. There's actually a video on youtube of this guy who paints a room with like the darkest paint The darkest paint that's available and you go in there and he has a light bulb in there before he paints it and you can see everything but then you like. He has one life in there. And everything's painted black and And then as soon as you cover up the the light bulb with with anything. The whole room is dark because the black is just absorbing all the light. It's like this really bizarre experiment that he did and he did another another video where he painted it. All like the brightest white pillar and it was totally different. So it's it's interesting just just going and watching those videos to understand a little more about how light works. We think that we know a lot about it. But when you start to do these experiments and and ask questions like what is the natural spectrum outside and you can look at it and see it with a meter and then try to match inside you just realize how far off we are from from nature. You know there's nothing that's ever going to replace going outside and getting that type of late versus going inside but we try on these assessments to recommend the right types of bulbs for people so that they can. More closely mimic. What's outside now. I haven't gotten to the lighting in my place yet. 'cause there's places all torn apart but what are your current recommendations in terms of light bulbs i just use the thank god. You combine them in texas because it's a little less communist than california but because you can't buy incandescent bulbs they're on amazon. Sorry we don't ship to california figures God bless california but good riddance for that one So here. I ordered a ton of them but so in my house and i i suspect they have a little bit of green in them. I mean they're not like red color orange color. They're just mike. You know amber colored glass with an incandescent. And i just have those everywhere. And then in certain cases all use like a red incandescent bulb on a couple of lamps or something. When i know it's going to be really late at night. And i i don't want like any bluer. Any green In terms of flicker in color spectrum. Are there any innovations as anyone. Come up with like better lighting than that. Well there's actually quite a few Led bulbs that we do recommend and the ones that we recommend our flicker free they have. What's called a constant current driver in them and so there's one brand that they do sell on amazon called sunlight s. u. n. l. t. in their non-deductible orange yellow or red bulbs and they're they're led so they don't have the full spectrum of infrared. But you know at night. You don't really need your your Your full spectrum. Near-infrared therapy if you're just trying to block blue light and have some kind of light seeking get around and function a little bit before you go to bed so those are about like twenty to thirty nanometers wide but it starts off at. I think around six thirty nanometers and goes to like six fifty somewhere around there. So it's a little bit wider of a red light than like a photo by modulation device and led based photo. My bio modulation advice would be but it's It's blocking out all the blue. And so i like those actually when i travel because then you don't have to worry about the glass breaking on the incandescent bulbs yes. I've had issues with that. I've swept up quite a few hotel rooms. After dropping my bulbs trying to change the mouth. It really sucks when that happens when you just arrived in the room. And i'm like okay. I'm gonna get while we're while. I'm still awake after that arduous flight. I'm going to get all the lighting dialed in. And then i'm tired and then i'm like okay now. I have to look for shards of glass for the next two hours. Yeah yeah that's that's something. I ran into as well and and but pretty quickly i realized. Also that the incandescent bulbs they'll get really hot and you want them to be hot. So that the film it heats up. And it doesn't flicker as much but some some of these lower wattage bulbs that they sell that you that you can get even like orange colored ones or whatever the spectrum might be good but they actually flicker more. 'cause they're only like sixty watts or twenty five watts or whatever and on the on the we have one flicker meter that we use where you can actually hear the sound and it sounds about like a sixty hertz flicker so Right so it's the film. It does get hot enough in it. Cools down in between those pulses sixty. Hertz pulses wow. That's interesting so. I thought the incandescent bulbs like i'm good on the blue light. And the flicker. But they can still flicker Yeah they still. They still flicker. We recommend a hundred watts. Or more for any bulbs that you're going to be using or kind and that does make a brighter so usually we only recommending decibel during the daytime. Unless you're using something like the photon Bob that's two hundred fifty watts in. It's just it's got all the The blue light filtered out with the red stained glass. And then that's kind of like a portable fire that you can just plug into the wall. I love she'll asana space lights. I have one in our apartment right now. Just one of the little single lights. And i just keep it in the kitchen. And that's like my night late. And i'll just give myself a little red light therapy and it feels like you're just sitting at the beach. It some light. I frigging love. Those things okay. Well there's so much i want to cover. I don't wanna get off in the weeds too. Much here Okay so they do. Have these Flicker free orange and red. Led bulbs available now. What would you recommend for someone like myself. That has a bunch of these ceiling. Can lights put in. And that's what the lights which is go to you know if you want to fill the space if you found anything useful for those. I haven't got a very recommendation for that right now. The only floodlight i think. That's yeah can i. Yeah yeah the only daytime bulbs that were recommending right now. Arthis film grade Slicker free bulbs that are they are. Led's but They're they're called wave. Form lighting gotta wave form lighting dot com and actually don't delivered a california either. I think it's because of prop sixty five or some value. I mean i'm sure there's some not good reason for the various as an excuse to make our lives crappy. But one of my guys lives in in burbank. And he can't get him he's like can you send me loan as i don't want to get in trouble from california. So it's like you have to deliver them to err my friend in arizona and then they cross have email. Camp by there is Bike ozone generators like air filters that use ozone. Oh gosh yeah. Because i wanted to get one for my car and i went on to put it my car and is like aunt your block. So don't tell anyone amazon or legislation in california but i just shipped to my dad's and then he shipped to me So now i have oscillated kind of filtered air in the car So those are those are a good option for daytime lighting. When you actually do want bright light that keeps you awake and right. Yeah and what we would recommend his. You know between ten and two. Pm you can use those. I call task. Lighting really need some some bright light and you need to know what the colors are so a high cri a color rendering index light that Is flicker free you know. That's what those way form bulbs are and they also have this. They have under cabinet. Lighting and flicker free dimmers that can that can go with those as well and then we're looking into a few other companies that have circadian lighting but a lot of the companies that have circadian lighting have problems with flicker in and of themselves even if they're running off of dc so We're looking at some low voltage lighting systems right now and and trying to come up with a recommendation. I'm going to be actually assessing some of those Products and a demo kitten a few weeks. Here keep us posted on that. Yeah yeah for sure. That would be awesome The other thing is i used to think that like natural lighting was when you have a lot of windows in your house in your indoors. Would you explain what happens to light as it comes through glass. That makes it not natural anymore. Yeah sure so. Glass filters The light it filters out the uv felt out a lot of glass actually filters out the near-infrared wavelengths and you can measure this with a meter just by measuring through screen versus through the glass and ironically a lot of the the glass also box electromagnetic frequencies From like the wireless frequencies and everything as well because it's got a silver coating on it. So i didn't tell you this so surprise. There's a few windows in your bedroom that have low Glass in them and we want to use the shielding over real or curtains on them really. Yeah wow those frontlines right next to the door the door. Yeah it goes out to the pool. It it has. It.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"And that's what a lot of people don't don't get because the flicker can't does cause physiological stress responses to neurological stressor to the brain. Even if you can't perceive the flicker by just looking at a light and telling you if it flickers you can actually take slow motion. Video of a light flicker. It's crazy if you go outdoors in a city. I used to do this in l. a. And just make a slow mo video and just film like all of the street lies all of the neon lights. The store light ages any seionage anywhere around. And it's literally like you at that speed. You were in a discotheque like you have no idea but your nervous system does because it's trying to like think of your irs. Right it's automatically adjusting to changes in light and it happens in an imperceptible way because usually the changes or slow rate. You go from here to outside. That's brighter so they're gonna shrink your but i'm imagining that when that flickers happening your eiser fast enough to track it is just. You can't perceive that they're doing it so fast enough rate so there but the eyes are still going to that that that trying to adjust to that you just imagine how exhausting that is crazy and you know it's interesting you say that because in my work as nutritional therapy practitioner one of the functional tests that we do is called the pupil airy response test. And you take a flashlight in dark room in. Shine it at the person pupil and you see it dilate. And if the person's pupil starts to Starts to pulse. Then it's a sign of adrenal fatigue and so one theory that i have about how artificial light is very damaging to us is that it's taxing on the adrenals because your eye and how it it's it's connected to your hypothyroidism to itary in your brain and it's constantly getting information from the environment and if it is always getting this flickering information from the environment it's a it actually gets fatigued and tired. And the the flicker of the light is a stress response and Ancestrally it is the only time we give flickering light in that amount of pulse. Ations would be when we're running through something and there's light coming through trees or some other type of or like a lightning storm where there's lightning all around and usually when there's lightning all around you flashes. You know. People are scared in thunderstorms. You're you've been in la for a long time while you're going to experiment experience some really intense thunderstorms here in texas. You know And you know it's it's scary. I mean children are innately scared. My kids they get scared when there's thunder and lightning outside and they wanna they wanna cuddle. They will they wanna they. Don't wanna be outside. You know we want but be like a look outside and and see the cool lightning but there's something that's that's scary about the flashing light in the loud sounds and everything and so you know innately. Our bodies don't want us have those strong flashes those poll stations. it's more like the sun rises slowly and then falls slowly and there's a gradual change in the spectrum in a constant source of beaming of light from dawn-to-dusk and everything in nature is very gradual. Like that in our bodies are used to that gradual response of everything. And that's why our our cortisol and our melatonin don't just spike up and go down unless we have something some artificial input. That makes it do that. Because it's usually following the pattern with the sun. You know the cortisol goes up during the day and then goes down in. The melatonin goes up at night when the light goes away. And so we have a much more gradual response in nature versus we can just flip on a light and all of a sudden boom. It's there and then you're you. Halt that melatonin production. You have a stress response. The cortisol goes up. And then you don't sleep as well that night or takes a lot longer to fall asleep. And i'm sure you've experienced that. Oh my god yeah. It's it's undeniable especially after a few years of having only you know amber colored bulbs in the house at night and using the various blockers and things like that. i mean. now we're in this apartment that we're renting and actually travel with incandescent light bulbs just the first thing i do in any hotel airbnb. I mean it's it's not but it's just it's like once you get used to warm non-flickering light the other. Those those really bright white aka blue led lights like hurts me. Yeah i can't stand us. The first thing of this apartment was growing. Switch them all out but there are a couple of the ones are there like built into the fixture and you can't change your yeah so Being you know having some ingenuity and me i i went on amazon and i bought some of those Gels like those amber colored gels like in the refrigerator apart and all the ones that are unchangeable and just put a film over them. While i'm in there it's a it's a journey but it really does little things do add up and I think it's really cool that you added the light. Peace to your work because you had just started. I think you had. You're one of the first little meters you had that. Tested the the flicker rate and the temperature of the light. And i feel like you had a more sophisticated one this time. Yeah and that's kind of become part of your enough protocol. Then yeah so we you know we had general recommendations like most people do in the biohacking community about a blue light and everything but Not not many people. Were talking. About flicker until i started testing it like three or four years ago and and now like every like a lot. More people are talking about flicker since we started testing that people's houses and then people go on the forums and all the different directions. And ask questions about flicker and then it becomes something more prominent in the community in our wellness community to talk about and so what we like to make the assessments that we do as experiential as possible and light is a really great way to convince people were skeptical that that ems problem or or caused biological harm or effective physiologically in any way. Because it's something you can see. It's something that we you can show them on on a meter. What an led looks like versus a fluorescent light. And you can ask people questions about. Have you ever heard about somebody getting headaches being under fluorescent lights or being working in an office all day under the really bright cool blue lights and most people have personal experience or they could say yeah. You know. i don't feel good. I get headaches. When i'm under that or is get tired or whatever and you know. There's even. Harvard studies that talk about blue light being problematic for You know not getting adequate sleep. And and lowering your melatonin production at night so could point to all those studies. Light is much more accepted Type of ems where it has a a non thermal and non ionizing physiological effect on the body. And that's the type of electromagnetic frequency and if you can get people to understand that it doesn't have to be a thermal Affect that damages the body and it doesn't have to be an ionizing effect that can that can damage the body or cause a you know. Abnormal physio physiological response. Then would it be possible that an electric field could do that. Which is another type of. Emf we test for from all the wiring in the walls. Would it be possible that a magnetic field could have a biological response on the body. Since your body is full of minerals that all have a relationship with magnetism were there either. Aligning with the magnetic field or disciplining from it and if every mineral in your body has a relationship with magnetism could it be possible that these pulsating magnetic fields that are pulsing a sixty hertz are affecting your cells and causing them to be to abnormally respond. When you're around those types of fields and most people you just think about it from that perspective and like yeah well if we've never had those before of course that can that can be affecting the body if all the minerals inside of us. I mean we have iron in our blood and you can actually. If you have strong enough magnet you can move blood around with a magnet and and you know when you think about it like that. It's like of course that can have physiological response if you're moving blood around and you know there's there's a lot of studies in the indian tradition that talk about the direction of your head. That's something we were talking about it at your space. To as when your head is facing south or east you're less likely for the for the iron and the medals in your body to accumulate in the head but if you're facing north or west. It's more likely for that to happen. Because the magnetism of of the of the earth is going in a certain direction and there's iron or other metals that can accumulate in your head if you have your head facing bombed about as told you the other day because of the layout of my room is perfectly situated for the bed to be at the north. I'm just like god. I had it all planned out. Where the furniture is gonna go. I don't know. I'm like i'm almost willing to take the hit just for aesthetics and the famous wave flow of like how you can easily get to the bed from both sides but yeah things like that are so subtle and i think in many ways i lost our in our culture and we think of these things is is just some superstition. As part of the chinese medicine system or veda or finish way and it's like If if these things were around for thousands of years and they had no effect on people's lives they wouldn't have lasted because think about all of the things that were just empty superstition. That have gone by the wayside because people noticed i dunno. It doesn't really make a difference. Yup so there's gotta be unfortunately for me something to it So with the late another interesting thing about the light. In addition to the flicked or flicker and the spectrum of color in the light is the placement of where the light is emanating from. And i never thought about this until i interviewed Alexander wound choose. Maybe the foremost experts on all light all things late in the world. Forget the episode number will put it in the show notes but he was explaining to me. How horrible it is to have like those can lights on the ceiling directly above you. And what's who cares like lights light as long as it's not flickering and it's the right temperature for the right time of day and he said no. The reason why it goes back to that ancestral piece is that there's maybe like one day a year where the sun is directly overhead. And it's only there for thirty minutes or something right like natural late meaning sunlight. It's only natural. Etiquettes beside star lightermen like The the it never existed nature. That is like right above your head so you know. I don't know what that does to you but again going back to How can we try to recreate natural environment. Dot would be something to is like the placement of those lights the placement of the lights and that was something that you know. I had thought about when you talk to me about that the other day. But that's such a good point and then one one thing that i've discovered with testing with the new light meter that we have. Which is it goes from. Three eighty nanometers. All the way up to one thousand fifty nanometers. So we get into the near infrared range and we go all the way down to like basically the top of the uv range. So you can see kind of something has you or not and But with with those lights went one thing that's interesting. Is you know what you paint your walls. What color you paint. Your walls also has an effect if you're a reflecting If you have artificial lights in your house and you have yellow walls. That yellow is actually going to filter out a lot of the blue light that is reflecting off of the wall itself Interesting so like so like you know. There's this whole kind of untapped. Maybe it's an art of. How do we create a more ancestral home. Something that matches outside more bringing in pallets that you see outside and bringing them inside and seasonality and everything so the paint on your walls can have a huge effect on your circadian rhythm as well because it's come through the lights reflecting off of a white wall for instance you know white walls. I actually liked because if you have a lot of windows you're bringing in that natural light in its in its reflecting away reflecting around the room all of the natural light and You know but then also black is nice in in places where you don't want a lot of life and We were talking. We were joking around at the beginning About the shielded room and how. It's like this like pitch black paint. There's actually a video on youtube of this guy who paints a room with like the darkest paint The darkest paint that's available and you go in there and he has a light bulb in there before he paints it and you can see everything but then you like. He has one life in there. And everything's painted black and And then as soon as you cover up the the light bulb with with anything. The whole room is dark because the black is just absorbing all the light. It's like this really bizarre experiment that he did and he did another another video where he painted it. All like the brightest white pillar and it was totally different. So it's it's interesting just just going and watching those videos to understand a little more about how light works. We think that we know a lot about it. But when you start to do these experiments and and ask questions like what is the natural spectrum outside and you can look at it and see it with a meter and then try to match inside you just realize how far off we are from from nature. You know there's nothing that's ever going to replace going outside and getting that type of late versus going inside but we try on these assessments to recommend the right types of bulbs for people so that they can. More closely mimic. What's outside now. I haven't gotten to the lighting in my place yet. 'cause there's places all torn apart but what are your current recommendations in terms of light bulbs i just use the thank god. You combine them in texas because it's a little less communist than california but because you can't buy incandescent bulbs they're on amazon. Sorry we don't ship to california figures God bless california but good riddance for that one So here. I ordered a ton of them but so in my house and i i suspect they have a little bit of green in them. I mean they're not like red color orange color. They're just mike. You know amber colored glass with an incandescent. And i just have those everywhere. And then in certain cases all use like a red incandescent bulb on a couple of lamps or something. When i know it's going to be really late at night. And i i don't want like any bluer. Any green In terms of flicker in color spectrum. Are there any innovations as anyone. Come up with like better lighting than that. Well there's actually quite a few Led bulbs that we do recommend and the ones that we recommend our flicker free they have. What's called a constant current driver in them and so there's one brand that they do sell on amazon called sunlight s. u. n. l. t. in their non-deductible orange yellow or red bulbs and they're they're led so they don't have the full spectrum of infrared. But you know at night. You don't really need your your Your full spectrum. Near-infrared therapy if you're just trying to block blue light and have some kind of light seeking get around and function a little bit before you go to bed so those are about like twenty to thirty nanometers wide but it starts off at. I think around six thirty nanometers and goes to like six fifty somewhere around there. So it's a little bit wider of a red light than like a photo by modulation device and led based photo. My bio modulation advice would be but it's It's blocking out all the blue. And so i like those actually when i travel because then you don't have to worry about the glass breaking on the incandescent bulbs yes. I've had issues with that. I've swept up quite a few hotel rooms. After dropping my bulbs trying to change the mouth. It really sucks when that happens when you just arrived in the room. And i'm like okay. I'm gonna get while we're while. I'm still awake after that arduous flight. I'm going to get all the lighting dialed in. And then i'm tired and then i'm like okay now. I have to look for shards of glass for the next two hours. Yeah yeah that's that's something. I ran into as well and and but pretty quickly i realized. Also that the incandescent bulbs they'll get really hot and you want them to be hot. So that the film it heats up. And it doesn't flicker as much but some some of these lower wattage bulbs that they sell that you that you can get even like orange colored ones or whatever the spectrum might be good but they actually flicker more. 'cause they're only like sixty watts or twenty five watts or whatever and on the on the we have one flicker meter that we use where you can actually hear the sound and it sounds about like a sixty hertz flicker so Right so it's the film. It does get hot enough in it. Cools down in between those pulses sixty. Hertz pulses wow. That's interesting so. I thought the incandescent bulbs like i'm good on the blue light. And the flicker. But they can still flicker Yeah they still. They still flicker. We recommend a hundred watts. Or more for any bulbs that you're going to be using or kind and that does make a brighter so usually we only recommending decibel during the daytime. Unless you're using something like the photon Bob that's two hundred fifty watts in. It's just it's got all the The blue light filtered out with the red stained glass. And then that's kind of like a portable fire that you can just plug into the wall. I love she'll asana space lights. I have one in our apartment right now. Just one of the little single lights. And i just keep it in the kitchen. And that's like my night late. And i'll just give myself a little red light therapy and it feels like you're just sitting at the beach. It some light. I frigging love. Those things okay. Well there's so much i want to cover. I don't wanna get off in the weeds too. Much here Okay so they do. Have these Flicker free orange and red. Led bulbs available now. What would you recommend for someone like myself. That has a bunch of these ceiling. Can lights put in. And that's what the lights which is go to you know if you want to fill the space if you found anything useful for those. I haven't got a very recommendation for that right now. The only floodlight i think. That's yeah can i. Yeah yeah the only daytime bulbs that were recommending right now. Arthis film grade Slicker free bulbs that are they are. Led's but They're they're called wave. Form lighting gotta wave form lighting dot com and actually don't delivered a california either. I think it's because of prop sixty five or some value. I mean i'm sure there's some not good reason for the various as an excuse to make our lives crappy. But one of my guys lives in in burbank. And he can't get him he's like can you send me loan as i don't want to get in trouble from california. So it's like you have to deliver them to err my friend in arizona and then they cross have email. Camp by there is Bike ozone generators like air filters that use ozone. Oh gosh yeah. Because i wanted to get one for my car and i went on to put it my car and is like aunt your block. So don't tell anyone amazon or legislation in california but i just shipped to my dad's and then he shipped to me So now i have oscillated kind of filtered air in the car So those are those are a good option for daytime lighting. When you actually do want bright light that keeps you awake and right. Yeah and what we would recommend his. You know between ten and two. Pm you can use those. I call task. Lighting really need some some bright light and you need to know what the colors are so a high cri a color rendering index light that Is flicker free you know. That's what those way form bulbs are and they also have this. They have under cabinet. Lighting and flicker free dimmers that can that can go with those as well and then we're looking into a few other companies that have circadian lighting but a lot of the companies that have circadian lighting have problems with flicker in and of themselves even if they're running off of dc so We're looking at some low voltage lighting systems right now and and trying to come up with a recommendation. I'm going to be actually assessing some of those Products and a demo kitten a few weeks. Here keep us posted on that. Yeah yeah for sure. That would be awesome The other thing is i used to think that like natural lighting was when you have a lot of windows in your house in your indoors. Would you explain what happens to light as it comes through glass. That makes it not natural anymore. Yeah sure so. Glass filters The light it filters out the uv felt out a lot of glass actually filters out the near-infrared wavelengths and you can measure this with a meter just by measuring through screen versus through the glass and ironically a lot of the the glass also box electromagnetic frequencies From like the wireless frequencies and everything as well because it's got a silver coating on it. So i didn't tell you this so surprise. There's a few windows in your bedroom that have low Glass in them and we want to use the shielding over real or curtains on them really. Yeah wow those frontlines right next to the door the door. Yeah it goes out to the pool. It it has. It.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

08:15 min | 5 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Have that strobe light effect and that's a stress response so Now we have this imperceptible flicker because most of our lights are running on sixty hertz or fifty hertz in in europe and even people get headaches and all kinds of symptoms from from that and then our electricity is pulsing constantly as well and causing oxidative stress in our body because of the magnetism and electric fields and also the wireless frequencies that are flowing through stimulating ourselves to produce an oxidative stressor and it floods into the body and it's not natural and and then we're not only that but we're also insulating ourselves in many ways from the earth and going indoors and not getting enough sunlight. And so there's this not only this introduction evolved artificial frequencies but also the separation from nature that that happens and we're not getting the things that our body is then used to getting for thousands or millions of years or whatever. You believe the origins of humanity is you know. Yeah that's a good point. It's like not only do. We not have those positive inputs that support our biology. But we've been added all these totally foreign or alien inputs right like colored like non-native blue light. It's like not of this planet. Nowhere on the planet. Does the narrow bandwidth of blue in an led or fluorescent bulb existed literally alien. Yeah crazy and you're not getting the the full spectrum of the rest of the light. The invisible part which is an infrared near infrared spectrum as well and that always comes in nature with the blue. There's never just blue light at saw. It's infrared and blue light together and by the way that we have it set up we have. Led's bulbs that give us some of the visible color but it doesn't have much of the invisible color that you need to kind of combat. Some of the damage that happens with with some of the visible light that you have. That's more high energy like blue light and uv light. Let's break down the different types of m. f. that you test for and help people to sort out so light is a type of ems. You know it's on the electromagnetic spectrum. It's in the there's visible light and there's invisible light so there's uv light of it would be invisible and near for red. An infrared energy. Light is is invisible and there's visible spectrum that we see the colors of the rainbow. So that's a type of ems what we're asking which with each type is natural and so we're trying to match what's the nature so under the the Ems category light. Artificial light is a type of emf that we're testing for when you go into people's homes and we're asking that question what's natural. We wanna match outside late with the light environment inside as much as possible and so we're looking at several different things with artificial. We're looking at the spectrum. The flicker and the intensity of the light and all of those things are important because all those things can cause physiological reactions in the body the spectrum can cause you to produce the the hormone at the time of day and that's where a lot of your listeners are are very very familiar with circadian biology and wearing the blue blockers and and You know not looking at screens before bed and that sort of thing. So there's a spectrum. But then there's also the flicker and that's what a lot of people don't don't get because the flicker can't does cause physiological stress responses to neurological stressor to the brain. Even if you can't perceive the flicker by just looking at a light and telling you if it flickers you can actually take slow motion. Video of a light flicker. It's crazy if you go outdoors in a city. I used to do this in l. a. And just make a slow mo video and just film like all of the street lies all of the neon lights. The store light ages any seionage anywhere around. And it's literally like you at that speed. You were in a discotheque like you have no idea but your nervous system does because it's trying to like think of your irs. Right it's automatically adjusting to changes in light and it happens in an imperceptible way because usually the changes or slow rate. You go from here to outside. That's brighter so they're gonna shrink your but i'm imagining that when that flickers happening your eiser fast enough to track it is just. You can't perceive that they're doing it so fast enough rate so there but the eyes are still going to that that that trying to adjust to that you just imagine how exhausting that is crazy and you know it's interesting you say that because in my work as nutritional therapy practitioner one of the functional tests that we do is called the pupil airy response test. And you take a flashlight in dark room in. Shine it at the person pupil and you see it dilate. And if the person's pupil starts to Starts to pulse. Then it's a sign of adrenal fatigue and so one theory that i have about how artificial light is very damaging to us is that it's taxing on the adrenals because your eye and how it it's it's connected to your hypothyroidism to itary in your brain and it's constantly getting information from the environment and if it is always getting this flickering information from the environment it's a it actually gets fatigued and tired. And the the flicker of the light is a stress response and Ancestrally it is the only time we give flickering light in that amount of pulse. Ations would be when we're running through something and there's light coming through trees or some other type of or like a lightning storm where there's lightning all around and usually when there's lightning all around you flashes. You know. People are scared in thunderstorms. You're you've been in la for a long time while you're going to experiment experience some really intense thunderstorms here in texas. You know And you know it's it's scary. I mean children are innately scared. My kids they get scared when there's thunder and lightning outside and they wanna they wanna cuddle. They will they wanna they. Don't wanna be outside. You know we want but be like a look outside and and see the cool lightning but there's something that's that's scary about the flashing light in the loud sounds and everything and so you know innately. Our bodies don't want us have those strong flashes those poll stations. it's more like the sun rises slowly and then falls slowly and there's a gradual change in the spectrum in a constant source of beaming of light from dawn-to-dusk and everything in nature is very gradual. Like that in our bodies are used to that gradual response of everything. And that's why our our cortisol and our melatonin don't just spike up and go down unless we have something some artificial input. That makes it do that. Because it's usually following the pattern with the sun. You know the cortisol goes up during the day and then goes down in. The melatonin goes up at night when the light goes away. And so we have a much more gradual response in nature versus we can just flip on a light and all of a sudden boom. It's there and then you're you. Halt that melatonin production. You have a stress response. The cortisol goes up. And then you don't sleep as well that night or takes a lot longer to fall asleep. And i'm sure you've experienced that. Oh my god yeah. It's it's undeniable especially after a few years of having only you know amber colored bulbs in the house at night and using the various blockers and things like that. i mean. now we're in this apartment that we're renting and actually travel with incandescent light bulbs just the first thing i do in any hotel airbnb. I mean it's.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

06:54 min | 5 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Protected from any of the external Frequencies that would be coming from distant stars that are much more minute and and small minuscule minuscule compared to the types of frequencies that were being exposed to today and different different way forms so most things that come from. Nature are constant their direct. Its analog like the sun's radiation for the sun is beaming down. there's no flickering of the sun. The only time our ancestors would have had flickering is running through the jungle in a stress response when there's sunlight kind of going through the leaves and you have that strobe light effect and that's a stress response so Now we have this imperceptible flicker because most of our lights are running on sixty hertz or fifty hertz in in europe and even people get headaches and all kinds of symptoms from from that and then our electricity is pulsing constantly as well and causing oxidative stress in our body because of the magnetism and electric fields and also the wireless frequencies that are flowing through stimulating ourselves to produce an oxidative stressor and it floods into the body and it's not natural and and then we're not only that but we're also insulating ourselves in many ways from the earth and going indoors and not getting enough sunlight. And so there's this not only this introduction evolved artificial frequencies but also the separation from nature that that happens and we're not getting the things that our body is then used to getting for thousands or millions of years or whatever. You believe the origins of humanity is you know. Yeah that's a good point. It's like not only do. We not have those positive inputs that support our biology. But we've been added all these totally foreign or alien inputs right like colored like non-native blue light. It's like not of this planet. Nowhere on the planet. Does the narrow bandwidth of blue in an led or fluorescent bulb existed literally alien. Yeah crazy and you're not getting the the full spectrum of the rest of the light. The invisible part which is an infrared near infrared spectrum as well and that always comes in nature with the blue. There's never just blue light at saw. It's infrared and blue light together and by the way that we have it set up we have. Led's bulbs that give us some of the visible color but it doesn't have much of the invisible color that you need to kind of combat. Some of the damage that happens with with some of the visible light that you have. That's more high energy like blue light and uv light. Let's break down the different types of m. f. that you test for and help people to sort out so light is a type of ems. You know it's on the electromagnetic spectrum. It's in the there's visible light and there's invisible light so there's uv light of it would be invisible and near for red. An infrared energy. Light is is invisible and there's visible spectrum that we see the colors of the rainbow. So that's a type of ems what we're asking which with each type is natural and so we're trying to match what's the nature so under the the Ems category light. Artificial light is a type of emf that we're testing for when you go into people's homes and we're asking that question what's natural. We wanna match outside late with the light environment inside as much as possible and so we're looking at several different things with artificial. We're looking at the spectrum. The flicker and the intensity of the light and all of those things are important because all those things can cause physiological reactions in the body the spectrum can cause you to produce the the hormone at the time of day and that's where a lot of your listeners are are very very familiar with circadian biology and wearing the blue blockers and and You know not looking at screens before bed and that sort of thing. So there's a spectrum. But then there's also the flicker and that's what a lot of people don't don't get because the flicker can't does cause physiological stress responses to neurological stressor to the brain. Even if you can't perceive the flicker by just looking at a light and telling you if it flickers you can actually take slow motion. Video of a light flicker. It's crazy if you go outdoors in a city. I used to do this in l. a. And just make a slow mo video and just film like all of the street lies all of the neon lights. The store light ages any seionage anywhere around. And it's literally like you at that speed. You were in a discotheque like you have no idea but your nervous system does because it's trying to like think of your irs. Right it's automatically adjusting to changes in light and it happens in an imperceptible way because usually the changes or slow rate. You go from here to outside. That's brighter so they're gonna shrink your but i'm imagining that when that flickers happening your eiser fast enough to track it is just. You can't perceive that they're doing it so fast enough rate so there but the eyes are still going to that that that trying to adjust to that you just imagine how exhausting that is crazy and you know it's interesting you say that because in my work as nutritional therapy practitioner one of the functional tests that we do is called the pupil airy response test. And you take a flashlight in dark room in. Shine it at the person pupil and you see it dilate. And if the person's pupil starts to Starts to pulse. Then it's a sign of adrenal fatigue and so one theory that i have about how artificial light is very damaging to us is that it's taxing on the adrenals because your eye and how it it's it's connected to your hypothyroidism to itary in your brain and it's constantly getting information from the environment and if it is always getting this flickering information from the environment it's a it actually gets fatigued and tired. And the the flicker of the light is a stress response and Ancestrally it is the only time we give flickering light in that amount of pulse. Ations would be when we're running through something and there's light coming through trees or some other type of or like a lightning storm where there's lightning all around and usually when there's lightning all around you flashes. You know. People are scared in thunderstorms. You're you've been in la for a long time while you're going to experiment.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Brian hoyer here. We are back again. Dude yes we are. It's been a long time since we actually had an official podcast but we've been in touch over the years. Yeah we talked about it. The other day i thought he was just on and then i realized no that was like three years ago or something paleo effects also here in austin things kinda came back around to this location. Yeah and in that conversation. I remember asking you to do it. Just met you on the fly there and you were showing me some. Emf.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

05:33 min | 5 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Over the past twenty plus years. I have managed to wean myself off almost all drugstore remedies however the has been one that was hard to let go of and that was cough syrup. Now i rarely get sick because of the lifestyle i lead thankfully but every once in a while cold or will sneak in and When that happens. I do not like having a cough so i've often been Put in a position where i've got to go get some of that super toxic cough syrup from the drugstore because i just want relief. Well the good news is for me and possibly for you is that our sponsor beekeepers naturals the ultimate be product. Company came out recently with their incredible be uth cough syrup so as a result officially ditched the old school drugstore stuff. And i'll just keep my natural medicine cabinet stocked up with this particular product. Unlike pharmaceutical cough syrups the only downside. I can see at this point to the be soothed cough syrup. It tastes so damn good. It's actually kind of difficult to not. Just drink it as an elixir. And you could because it doesn't have anything other than amazing be products in it. The reason be soothed is so bad ass is because it's naturally powered by potent natural. Ingredients like pure buckwheat honey. Elderberry chagas mushroom. Be propolis an olive leaf extract. So it doesn't have any drugs dies dirty chemicals sugars none of that stuff so i recommend taking at the moment you start to feel rundown or get that little tickle of a sore throat so to get your hands on some e soothed cough syrup. Here's what you do go to. Beekeepers naturals dot com. That's b. e. e. p. e. r. s. a. t. u. r. a. l. s. beekeepers naturals dot com slash. Luke story is the site you wanna visit because if you use that link you're going to get fifteen percent off your order at beekeepers naturals dot com slash luke story. You're about to wrap your ears around episode three fifty six m f protection demystified from basics to advance with my friend. Brian hoyer the next week. We've got an incredible show about spirituality and creativity with actress kat graham so make sure to tune into that one as well. Brian's been on the show some of you will recognize him and he is a leading expert in all things. Emf he's been doing it for years. And he is the go-to guy that i depend on when i need help with this issue so brian and his team from shielded healing recently came out to our new home in texas to assess the situation and then fulfil my longtime dream of shielding the house with paint and other technology to eliminate the f. exposure. So about this my friends. I am absolutely thrilled. And we also shot some incredible new footage for the m. f. course i produced in two thousand twenty wherein we show how do you shielding paint fabrics to make certain rooms in the home. Ima afri s- pretty cool stuff as a housewarming present from me to you. Wanna let you know. I'm offering a limited time discount on the m f course. It's over six hours of video content teaching you everything could ever wanna know about the emf in your life and how to fix it. Here's how you get to go to luke story dot com slash. Emf masterclass and if you enter the code. Brian a checkout. You're gonna save fifty bucks which brings the price of the class down to only ninety nine dollars. That's right it's less than a hundred bucks so much content so useful. We spent hours and hours putting this together. People are really enjoying it so again. Go to luke story dot com slash m masterclass and your code. There is brian for fifty bucks off. All right here's the basic gist of this power packed info download. We talk about breaking down the various types of m. f. that we want to be aware of the scientifically proven negative health effects of emf the next level home lighting and device bio hawk. Blue light and flicker rate exposure. How to fix your home. Lighting clearing up confusion about the different elements of five g. versus four g. and millimeter waves explaining the difference between five g. on a router versus five g. Cell phone service. Jia pathak stress and how copper coil devices work to mitigate the effects. Brian's views on m. f. protection devices like blue shield some of Leila quantum tech an f. l. f. e. we also talk about the massive difference in the m. f. levels at my new texas country home versus back in the city and l. a. And we go over the process of shielding home for m. f. and all the details involved in doing it correctly we also talk about how to totally eliminate y fry from your home using emf kill switches timers the ugly truth about smart meters and smart appliances by smart meters sock and whether or not the covers work how to get rid of your smart meter we cover some great solutions for folks who are unable to afford shielding their bedrooms or homes and finally why grounding or earthen is not always a good idea and we talk about a ton more. I just want.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

03:37 min | 7 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"All sorts of good stuff on the brand new website. Of course, you get some excellent content from Greg. When we talked, that's what is the member question of the day. Greg, so Jackie treehorn ask Greg, did any of the practice squad rules changes implemented? Last year for covet. The wage being able to sign a few vets with unlimited amounts of experience, carry over into the season. If so, could hire be the kind of player. The Patriots. Look at to fill one of these slots to help with the QB off. Boarding long story short. I'm not sure. And I don't think I don't think the NFL has made a decision on this. They don't usually make decisions on this stuff until they don't really need to until training camp starts or even during training camp because it really doesn't matter until the 53-man cut down and then you form practice squads and things like that. But I would I would tend to doubt with what's going on and how positively things are going with covid-19. As last year which is kind of unbelievable. But I think I think it's the union just being a pain in the rear which if that's the case then it's not looking good for training camp but I will see what happens. I don't think they made a decision on that. I would tend the owners don't like to continue that stuff. It costs money and and but the bottom line is with Hoyer. I think that's part of the reason why it never got done last year that he was never, you know, released at any point even after Kansas City was basically buried. As far as I remember, he stayed on the roster for the rest of the year off, and it's kind of, it's kind of an insulting move to do that to a veteran. Who's not going to make that much money off the pay cut, I think you could get in a situation where you ask a guy like Brian Hoyer. Hey we go on the practice squad for 250,000, whatever it is, I forget what the number is and he's just like know, I'd rather go spend time with your family. What am I going to do that for? So, look, I think I think we could get newest situation with Hoyer where it's it goes through training camp, he does everything, he took an ultimately, make the roster Stidham, does beat him out, he's number two, or he probably number two with Mac Jones. Number three, to quote unquote, start the season. And then, at that time, they bring in New Jersey. Our in sort of the Troy Brown, you know, roll where he's helping, helping out a practice and things like that around the facility, helping things like that. So I don't, I don't foresee, we're taking a practice squad spot, even if they do approve those rules, but stranger things have happen. He is Greg, i'm Nick, everybody. Enjoy the B's and C's, unless something big happens here. The rest of this week, we're done, we'll be back next week. So if that's the case, also, enjoy your weekend. And don't forget check out the brand new brand spanking, new bsj until then be good..

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"If 2020 was the beginning of the end for this organization that's when we have problems and it really all hinged on what Belichick did this offseason month and I kept saying he's got all the opportunity, he's got the money, he's got the draft picks if he is aggressive and he improves this team. Like he has the opportunity to improve the team then 12 a.m. 20 was almost worth it as painful as it was and looking at this offseason including this moment just bringing her in the room to try to improve the quarterback room when you look at it in totality off, this has been a complete offseason from free agency through the draft to this very moment filling in the last few roster spots and it might not work out there are no guarantees but what I can say is Belichick got through the speed bump, he saw the opportunity that he had with the money and the draft picks and he utilized all of it to put a better team on the field. And I think they're in a much better position. Now, much much better position now than they were in 2020. And I think moving forward, you have at least some things to be excited about like the young guys in the defense and of course. Jones who should be, hopefully your franchise quarterback of the future. Yeah, Nick. That's it's, it's a good point and and that's actually related to. I still have another member question, but this just a game. Is up? So I every Friday I do. I remember chat and it was a little delayed this week while we were getting. I wanted to get more people on board, but I had an interesting question and I thought, you know, one of the members said, you know, we'll the biggest, I forget the way he turned it, but we'll basically the biggest failure of Belichick's, coaching career, be wage, not retaining Tom. Brady and my thing was, and look, I think that Belichick has a lot of fault. And we've, we've been over before, I brought that they should add to the Atlanta Super Bowl, they just should have been five years contract, extension, he would have, he would have been here through 2022 didn't happen. So what have you? But here's the thing. So let's say they do bring Tom Brady back sometime last year. What really changes all that much? So they were seven and nine in the year. Before they lost what? What four out of six down the stretch wage Completely limp in that playoff game against the Titans first round exit, what they bring everybody back. Like what good though? So they go 9 and 7:10 and 6 and they get bounced in the playoffs again like what's the, what's the endgame? So, all right now you have Brady again for this year who knows, whether he would have been fed up or not and just wanted to retire after another frustrating year. Like, you know, I just, I just don't understand the thinking that once Belichick made certain.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"I would say that there's, I would say there's a competition for the third spot. I mean, I don't really see could Mac Jones. It doesn't get going down a rabbit hole, but could Mac Jones beat out. Cam Newton champ, making Cam Newton obsolete yet, it could happen, but I think in Belichick's mine it is. I don't think he's had this conversation with Brian. I don't think he, he looks at things in this this way and I don't think he likes to deal with players sort of this song. I think that he tries to be straight up and be like, look, we have an opportunity, we need it for the quarterback, you know, I don't see the upside of bringing in some, you know, undrafted bomb, who has no chance. And so, you know, we would like to bring you in probably a long shot that you make the roster, but you have a chance, you know? And and we would love for you to work with Mac and I don't know if they've had this conversation but probably in Belichick's mine he thinks and who knows? Maybe even Hoyer and his agent. Joe linta. Who's a you know, old Scrabble, long-time patient, Belichick's type of guy also reps a lot of interior offensive lineman so I love jolenta and so I think that you know maybe Brian Hoyer and jolenta sort of, you know? Yep. He pushed Belichick a little bit be like, hey, Brian would love to get into coaching, you know, maybe we could start the on ramp with him helping Mac Jones, see what happens and then we'll see what happens down the line. But I do think look, I think if Jarrett Stidham doesn't perform. I think that Brian Hoyer has a chance, cuz I think a QB room, if it comes down to this of Cam Newton Mac Jones in Brian Hoyer, to me, makes a lot of sense. I think it helps everybody, you have a guy. If all hell breaks loose with injuries or, or what-have-you or covet or whatever, then you have a guy who all right? Look, he blew the game in Kansas City last year with a bunch of brain farts. They Now understand what the deal is. You know, twenty two, twenty before 2 minutes in each half. Brian lawyers decent outside of that. Sometimes he loses his mind. So now they know how to manage it. Maybe they figure that out, but I do think that he has a chance. Should Stidham. Not make any progress and should Hoyer beat him out for a third time? And yes, he had. He has beaten him out. All all previous two times. The first year was pure monetary thing. Lawyers making a lot of money, Patriots, released them wanted to bring.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:37 min | 7 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"In phase two players are allowed to be in the facility for a Max of four hours per day for four days. No weekends. That's it, that includes practice. Time. Lifting lunch what-have-you. They can only be in the building. They cannot they can do their own work but they can't do it. When McDaniels, they can't be on Zoom with him or what they can. They're in phase three, I think it's six hours in minicamp. It's off hours a day. You could get some work done. Yes there. So that leaves a whole bunch more time. That Mac Jones can't sit with anybody. Who knows what he's going to go hang out, Cam Newton interested in those guys. Don't know the offense. Not not where he needs to be. Now, all of a sudden you bring Brian Hoyer into the building and now it's hey, barbecue time over at The Hires? I'm sure Brian's already text a Mac. Come on, over Saturday. They have a barbecue menu, will do like 2 hours before, 2 hours after film, Playbook, anything you want come meet the family, all that stuff. By being a player could work with Mac Jones as much as he wants right? And and it's not them circumventing or anything. I just think. It's a, it's a byproduct of the situation. So if Brian Hoyer was a coach, which he might be down the road and I would expect them to, I don't know anything. I'm just saying I would expect them to at some point. I think he'd be fabulous at it. I've been in meetings rooms with him getting quizzed by the Texans, coach tabs on film defensive adjustments with the Patriots Playbook. And it's like, you have to have instant recall. You have to have instant adjustments and I don't think Stidham in Newton are doing that. Brian Hoyer, can do that with him and if you if you want Brian, if you want somebody to spend a lot of time with Brian Hoyer to get him up to speed on what he needs to know, it can't be a coach because they are so little to do the CBA having a player here. That knows the Playbook makes all the sense in the world and the Patriots get greater benefit by Brian Hoyer. Being a player choice of a coach. Yeah and I think it just goes along with this one line of thought this theme that is going to carry throughout this offseason. What do you do to make sure you're doing as much as you can do to get Mac Jones prepared? That's all it's about and whatever tricks of the trade you can use at your fingertips to make sure you are preparing the rookie quarterback to be ready to go out there and play as much as you can prepare him. That's what you're going to do. So I think it's it's a no-brainer it really is a no-brainer and I think it's one of these things. We're listen, I don't know if we're talking about this frankly, especially in Sports. Talk Radio, I can tell you as a Sports Talk radio show host..

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

04:38 min | 7 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"They forgot about like, the DonTrell inman's and other guys, at the Patriots have signed in May where it didn't matter, they were just getting bodies for different reasons and look, Brian Hoyer. He got a, I think he talked with the Jets a little bit, he lives locally and to me off This all this speaks to is outside of Josh, McDaniels, Tom, Brady and Bill O'Brien. No one else in the world knows the Patriots. Playbook better than Brian Hoyer. Yep. And so Josh, McDaniels is busy, he's the OC he's sort of the head quarterbacks coach. They do have a new quarterbacks coach. His name is Bo hardegree, he comes, he's basically one of Adam gase is guys was with him in Miami was with him in New York. I think he goes back to Denver. McDaniels might have might have a little bit of background with him there. So there's a new assistant, quarterbacks go, but he's never been in the Playbook either. So if you step back and look at it, here's Cam, Newton, has been in a play book for one year and we all know it wasn't much of the Patriots play, right? Yep, you have jerks to them who has been in a two years and coming from Baylor in Auburn how much has really? He really gotten into a job. Now, you have Mac Jones here. And he's a rookie he hasn't been in it before. So. And and the assistant quarterbacks coach has never been in the Playbook before. So who better? That Brian Hoyer to sign him. Bring them in. Put Brian Hoyer, Mac, Jones, on a practice field together when Josh, McDaniels is getting Cam Newton and Jarrett Stidham ready to play. Like, I'm sure he's under orders from Belichick to do at least for right now. You have, you know, Brian oil looking over Mac Jones has showed on one practice field. It's almost like having another coach. Yep. And so I think it's a tremendous month or the Patriots. I see. Absolutely down side. And right now for May, it doesn't mean anything. Could it mean something down the road? Yeah, sure. Could I mean, could could potentially be Cam Newton really stink, get beat out by Mac Jones. And Jerry said, I'm really stink and they, they go. You know what, we're just going to go with Matt Jones and Brian Hoyer. We like that combination because they run the same off and this and that could that happen in some alternate universe. Yeah. Do I think it's going to happen? No. But.

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"This is the Greg Bedard Patriots podcast with Nick cabins. All right, before we get into the latest news with the Patriots, over the past couple of days, Greg give us an update on your site Boston Sports channel. Com. Yes. So, it's been about actually a week tonight. Just a week..

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Patriots Sign Quarterback Brian Hoyer to a One-Year Deal

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Patriots Sign Quarterback Brian Hoyer to a One-Year Deal

"Going on with the Patriots. Obviously, the biggest news item in the last 24 hours. Brian Hoyer is once again. Greg Choice once again. Belichick can't quit him. Brian Hoyer is once again, back with the Patriots in the quarterback room. Wait, the big news isn't James Ferentz coming back, I was. Prepare for a hold James Ferentz, whole interior, office behind breakdown. Let's do it. So yeah, horror is back. I think this is fantastic for the Patriots. This is something that you've talked about. I wrote in my column, the night that Mac Jones was drafted, I said, by the way, can we get Brian Hoyer now in the building, sign them to basically be Mac Jones's Tudor and I believe from them alive talked to, that's why he's here. Now look Brian Hoyer. No matter what you think of him, he's no slouch, he's been around, he can get, he's, he's a good emergency backup quarterback. Who knows what's going to happen? But right now, of course, the popular thing Nick is to say, oh, well, this must mean something about Cam Newton or Jarrett Stidham. They must not like what they see maybe and they're looking to replace them as far as I know. None of that is true. All I know is look. It's met. This is when you you get down to now that we're past covid-19.

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San Francisco 49ers trade up for the No. 3 pick

GSMC Football Podcast

02:06 min | 8 months ago

San Francisco 49ers trade up for the No. 3 pick

"The forty niners trade up to number three overall in the twenty twenty one draft. This was shocking. News to me. Came out right after my episode released on saturday or on friday after i sent over my episode but i normally just was not expecting Draft news to come this early. I feel like most years. The draft news comes a lot closer to the draft is still three or four weeks away but the forty niners did in their aggressive so they traded the twelfth overall. Pick a twenty twenty two third round compensatory pick and first round picks in twenty twenty two and twenty two thousand three for the miami dolphins number three overall selection so the dolphins moved to twelve where the four nine were previously listed. And now the forty niners move up to three. So what does this mean. First of all they swap a total of three first round picks. Is that smart to do. I think it is if they liked the guy. If they're convinced on one of these quarterbacks enough and they're confident that they can get them at number three. I think it's a great move because at this point the forty niners roster is loaded. They're trying to win now. And all they need is that future franchise cornerstone to kind of move that what roster forward and push them over the hump so they need to get the future of the franchise right while the roster and core are relatively young and talented like they are but overall. I think this is a great move by four hundred. Gm john lynch because he's been aggressive. He really inherited a mess in two thousand seventeen. They were coming off all the colin kaepernick drama Jim thome soula era. Which was a fun was which was really fun while it lasted Brian hoyer was his first quarterback when he got there he's made aggressive moves since he treated for jimmy garoppolo drafted. George kittle has fifth round. Pick one of the better draft picks in the past three four years. That's happened for five years. That's happened in the nfl. Just in terms of the value that he got that late in the draft

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"brian hoyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"brian hoyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Journeymen Brian Hoyer, stepping in for Cam Newton after New England starting quarterback tested Is it into the Corona virus, But honestly, the bigger strain should come on the defence against former NFL Most valuable player Patrick Mahomes and the chief's 30 points per game thanks to stud pass catchers tiring, killing Travis Kelsey, not to mention star rookie Clyde Edwards, a lair. Pat's defensive backs to fund Gilmore and Kyle Dugger said. Big opportunity for us to go out and show we can do against those guys. You know, they have great, be. No, we're not going to back down, so it's gonna be two good teams plan against each other. That's that's That's why you played a game in the garden. Eating is good team super side just compete with this level of this offense and how explosive they are. They are some really looking forward to just being able to get out there and compete and do whatever I can to help the team where kickoff tonight at seven Adam Kaufman doubly busy Boston's news radio 1 13 traffic and weather together. The super for retailers of New England. All will drive traffic on the threes. Kevin where the problems right now we're watching a situation here. Over and Lin. It's a portion of North Franklin Street shut down both directions here at the intersection of Forest Street had vehicle hit a poll taken down a pole and a bunch of wires after that intersection, so detours there set up around that area. Do expect delays again. This is wires down crews on scene, the intersection of North Franklin Street and Farrah Street here in Lynn. Looking pretty good over on Rue one for Revere and saw August 90 three's Okay, leaving the city getting up past 1 28 and 4 95. You're up in New Hampshire. 93 South bound your jammed over a mile into the right lane crews here after Exit five and Londonderry and you got various lane closures after that, getting down towards exit one in Salem, south of town. So far, so good on the expressway, either direction, still holding light volume. Between Boston and Braintree and Root three's a nice ride getting down into that Derby Street Lane dropped this report..

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Boston - Patriots QB Cam Newton Says He Will ‘Get Healthy And Self Reflect’ After Coronavirus Positive Test

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Patriots QB Cam Newton Says He Will ‘Get Healthy And Self Reflect’ After Coronavirus Positive Test

"Patriots were supposed to face. The chief's yesterday didn't happen because Cam Newton tested positive for the Corona virus. But while he quarantines now, Brian Hoyer, lead paths were scheduled to fly to Kansas City today to play this one tonight at seven, Newton posted on Instagram, saying he'll take this time to get healthy and self reflect on the other amazing things he should be grateful for. But after this situation, other positives and league and obviously the outbreak, the Titans are in the midst of the NFL. Orderly is considering a bubble environment for playoffs. Great success for the NHL in N Ba,

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Patriots QB Cam Newton tests positive for COVID-19, placed on reserve list

Cindy Stumpo is Tough as Nails

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Patriots QB Cam Newton tests positive for COVID-19, placed on reserve list

"The Patriots have officially place Cam Newton to the Reserve Cove in 19 list after he tested positive for the virus. Theo NFL has postponed tomorrow's game against the Chiefs until either Monday or Tuesday. Pat said in a statement. Players, coaches and staff who came in close contact with Newton have all tested negative. As for how the coded list works. If Newton is asymptomatic, he can be activated 10 days after testing positive or five days after as long as he tests negative twice and atleast 24 hours apart. If Newton developed symptoms that stretches the process out, 10 days have to have passed since the symptoms appeared, and at least 72 hours since they last occurred. So if the Patriots and Chiefs do play in the coming days, reports say it will be Brian Hoyer getting the start under center.

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Cam Newton joins New England Patriots in controversial one-year deal

MMQB News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Cam Newton joins New England Patriots in controversial one-year deal

"Gun dot com slash cadence right now and get your gen four deragon today that's T. h. e.. R. A. G. U. N.. Dot Com Slash C. A. D., e., N. C. Thera- gun dot, com slash cadence. Former NFL MVP Cam Newton has an agreement on a one year incentive laden deal with the New England Patriots, Newton thirty one was released by the panthers after nine seasons with team, including the twenty fifteen season where he was named league MVP and led the team to the Super Bowl, his last season with the team was marred by injury as he missed fourteen games with Liz. Frank injury in addition to recovering from shoulder surgery in the twenty nineteen offseason. Newton will now compete with second year. qb Jared Steadham. Steadham and veteran Brian Hoyer for the starting job replacing Tom Brady. Who of course left for the Tampa Bay buccaneers after twenty seasons in Foxborough, but reaction from fans at pundits seems to be the Newton will be the starter as long as healthy

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Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

GSMC Sports Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

"Cam noon has found a new home with none other than the New England patriots. While, this was a place that many people had suggested and thought about after his I think it was yeah. You least obviously after release. There was no. We figured if it was going to happen, it would have happened already, but I guess the pages take time. Do they do diligence? Make sure in fact that he was healthy 'cause he looks I mean some the work. Suppose he looks healthy, but you don't really now When Negga said there was no rush. It was like all right. He's a free agent. There's someone else assign. They can but if not, then we'll just be able to wait it out and I guess after once you saw how the dominoes kind of played out and says he didn't go to. The grisly inaugurnat the grizzlies while. That the chargers, the ninety plan the same town, so like that weird was say with with the chargers since he didn't sign there. was like honestly, where else was he? Never said that he wouldn't be better than some of the starting quarterbacks that are currently with their teams, but is when you look around and see. At look at the potential starting spot. That would be available this season. Every really want that many out there after again after his release, Efi begin the preseason beginning all season. MIROSLAVA different but. Time he got released. It was like there was only so many places he could go in. New England was one of them, though is one of those things where it was like you were just. Confused just because if you thought that he was gonNA, they were GonNa do it. You thought they would have done it already. But again took their time and he's still got the deal done. If. That was the guy that they wanted so. Cam noon again as I said reached a one year incentive, laden deal with new pages lead sources told ESPN ESPN Chris Mortensen Adam Schefter. Be Mixed with Jarret Stidham Brian Hoyer. To Rabih the I. Don't think necessarily be the heir-apparent only one year. So who knows you can be their past the season? But. Potentially these bridge the gap to the air pair. Of Tom Brady with with new, England.

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The Patriots' Quarterback Question

ESPN Daily

01:37 min | 1 year ago

The Patriots' Quarterback Question

"Mike how're you holding up Nina? We're doing great. We're healthy. I hope the same for you and all our listeners. Mike Reese covers the New England patriots for ESPN. Well Patriots. Have a lot of questions. So we're GONNA get to that. Actually I think everybody does about the England Patriots. Right now to me. I think they're the most interesting team in the NFL. At the moment I love it and you know a lot of people ask me like how do you feel about covering the Patriots? Now that Tom Brady isn't there and I said well you know that part is not the greatest feeling but when you think about compelling storylines what could be more compelling than what we're going into here which is how are they going to replace arguably the greatest quarterback of all time and that is what we're going to discuss so mike it is early. May and there is still a very long way to go until the regular season begins and obviously there are questions about that. But at this moment the two quarterbacks on the Patriots depth chart our Jarret Stidham the Auburn quarterback who New England drafted in the fourth round in two thousand nineteen and journeyman backup Brian. Hoyer for months. There's been speculation about whether they would draft someone. They did not whether they would sign juice. Winston or Andy Dalton did not so. Let's start here is Jarrett. Stidham the guy at the moment. Well there's no question minute. It's his job to lose. I would say the Patriots aren't GonNa say Jarret Stidham the guy because they don't want to put more pressure on him then is already

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Boston - All Reports Indicate Patriots Really, Really Like Jarrett Stidham At Quarterback

WBZ Afternoon News

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - All Reports Indicate Patriots Really, Really Like Jarrett Stidham At Quarterback

"Everyone better start getting used to the idea of Jarrett Stidham taking over for Tom Brady patriots bill Belichick apparently very happy with the second year player well with the veteran Brian Hoyer delayed another option walk without any pursuit

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Belichick explains why Patriots didn't select QB after losing Tom Brady

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Belichick explains why Patriots didn't select QB after losing Tom Brady

"A surprise the draft might be that the patriots seven lost Tom Brady had ten picks in bill Belichick never took a quarterback he's got the veteran Brian Hoyer and the youngster Jarrett Stidham in the past did sign two on drafted QB the giants signed an undrafted quarterback case Cookus in northern Arizona the jets on Saturday drafted a quarterback James Morgan from Florida

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Big trades coming including Trent Williams

Podcast Central

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Big trades coming including Trent Williams

"A couple of big trade seven time Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams goes from the residents of the forty Niners in exchange repair picks at the forty Niners said receiver marquise Goodwin to the eagles the best players according to ESPN to go undrafted or Trey Adams of hunter Brian out of Washington at liberty hill from Michigan the patriots pass on every quarterback in the draft and that leaves Jarrett Stidham as next season's likely successor to Tom Brady and coach bill Belichick on Saddam and veteran Brian Hoyer lawyers and we run a couple times and I think you know he certainly gives a very small level and and you know we have our confidence in him and hello and a good year last year improved law and we'll see where that takes him so that's sports stroll strewn in BC news

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Boston - Belichick says Patriots not drafting QB 'wasn't by design'

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Belichick says Patriots not drafting QB 'wasn't by design'

"Watch now on WBZ newsradio easiest to read any seem to leave everyone scratching their heads again after going the entire draft without bringing another quarterback you have to figure Bella checking the patriots have a ton of faith and Jarrett Stidham along with the veteran Brian Hoyer Belichick's party says it wasn't by design but that it just didn't work out also showing confidence in both state employer has to bring in a quarterback after the draft Louisiana tech's Jamar Smith expected to be added as an undrafted free agent

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Boston - Patriots' weigh QB options to replace Tom Brady

WBZ Midday News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Patriots' weigh QB options to replace Tom Brady

"It's a three quarterback competition for the patriots with the inexperienced Jarrett Stidham veteran Brian Hoyer and Cody Kessler vying for Tom Brady's old job still so strange odds favor the two thousand nineteen fourth round picks did in getting the gig so maybe horror can be for him what Brady's been for horror is what horror set in August after rejoining the paths he's been a great message for ten

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Patriots agree to deal with QB Hoyer

Jay Talking

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Patriots agree to deal with QB Hoyer

"The patriots have reportedly agreed to a contract with Tom Brady's former backup quarterback this would be Brian Hoyer's third stint in Foxboro he started his career with New England from two thousand nine to twenty

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Tom Brady Becomes a Tampa Bay Buccaneer

CBS Sports Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Tom Brady Becomes a Tampa Bay Buccaneer

"Because I don't want to run out of time I do want to touch on what transpired in patriot world today yes Tom Brady is now Tampa Bay bucs the it is borderline old news now because it's a couple days add the reverberations will go on for a very long period of time there after but the news itself is not breaking today you did have a couple of moves that were breaking news today in New England give me a read on the two sidings the patriots had brain a couple of the guy I talk play for my jets this year not a bad player as a matter of fact and the return of Brian Hoyer to potentially compete for the starting quarterback job there in New England give me your thoughts on both to two months yeah I think they're directional moves I think as soon as you know sort of the cold side Philip rivers you know a lot of people around here we're thinking that you know reunion with lawyer or maybe even Jacoby percent was up author bility I think the horrible exactly he's got he's got great knowledge of this offense he knows that locker room he does the coaching staff so he'll come in and help you know if not compete for the starting job to always be a great sounding boards for Jarrett Stidham you know who's kind of a presumptive you know successor to Brady a fourth round pick out of Auburn last year so a great locker room guy you know like I said very knowledgeable and you know one thing about Brian Williams when the patriots won the Super Bowl against the rams two years ago he was universally wanted by his teammates for his ability to run the scout team and kind of morph into the opposing quarterback down the stretch in the playoffs run so really good guy really good signing I just just make a lot of sense for him to be here you know Brandon Copeland the guy who did the patriots has seen up close for a number of years now where they pay it you know in the at the I got at the Coachella tickets Oct glowingly about the past seems like the patriots have a guy you know good special teams guy and also has that versatility that the patriots love in their life back together can rush the passer he can drop in coverage you can play the run picnic walk a lot of guys in free agency this week Kyle van Noy Jamie Collins in the Robert so really need to restock that line backing core and feel good start getting brand coke on a guy who they had interesting last offseason but weren't able to

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QB Rivers weighed retirement before Indianapolis Colts deal

CBS Sports Radio

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

QB Rivers weighed retirement before Indianapolis Colts deal

"Money as for rivers he strongly considered retirement before the colts came calling with a one year deal worth twenty five million made official today he's now the starter Jacoby Brissette pushed to the side former backup Brian Hoyer cut loose the colts also cut corner here

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Egypt court sentences 75 to death and 47 to life over 2013 sit-in

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Egypt court sentences 75 to death and 47 to life over 2013 sit-in

"Seventy five Muslim Brotherhood supporters sentenced to death in Egypt for their involvement in a twenty thirteen sit in it's part of a mass trial of hundreds in a case involving seven hundred seventy nine defendants facing charges ranging from murder to damaging property. The court also sentenced to life in prison, the head of the brotherhood Muhammad body and forty six others Mahmoud Abbas aid, a photogenic known as show con- perceived five years imprisonment, meaning he will walk free for time served. The sit in was staged by supporters of Mohamed Morsi, a brotherhood stalwart who became Egypt's first freely elected president in two thousand twelve but was ousted a year later by the military, then led by President Abdel Fattah El

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